Bryan, I've got an ITG/FSWerks from my SES that I replaced with mountune's K&N piece. Caveat: 50000 miles of use. PM me if you need it.Looking for a drop-in filter from somebody that has upgraded to a cold air intake or went back to stock. Prefer the Cobb or Mountune filter, but open to others.
The filters all fit the same, the two variables being thickness and composition.Thanks, I will keep that in mind in case one doesn't pop up. I noticed the ITG in the Focus ST application doesn't produce any additional intake/turbo bypass valve compared to stock. I don't know if that is the case for the Fiesta version or not. Is the 2011-2013 filters the same as the 2014+ ST? I had a K&N from my 2011 that sat around for awhile before I sold it after going with the Boesch Built. I probably should have kept it.
I probably had the ITG in the SES for 50000+ miles. Cleaned it by removing it and shop-vacuuming it from the top. I swapped it out for the K&N filter that came with my ST's mountune air box (installed mountune's "green" filter instead). I never drove the car in the rain or winter for three years and don't live in a particularly dusty area. To vixenlotus' point, if I still lived out west, I would definitely run the stock filters and change them every 4-6 months or sooner (e.g., one sand storm in Lubbock Texas was worth about five pounds of sand inside my 69 Camaro's air filter and no paint left on the lower front valence panel).I thought they were the same, but wasn't totally sure. How often did you clean the filter and do you have the ITG cleaning kit?
The wait is tough but soooo worth it as I am sure you know!I picked up a new Mountune filter a few weeks ago. Now I just need a car to install it in