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Old 10-07-2012, 08:13 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Evomx971 View Post
I think the stock filter has acceptable performance but don't like that it can't be cleaned and is a pain to get to. Uni in Australia has a pre-filter that several guys did a group-buy on and I missed it. This is my home-brew solution:

Slick setup!

One question though. I've seen on the forums the battery area get wet/muddy/etc... do you think the side holes expose a possible water path??
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