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martin245
post 19 May 2006, 17:08
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I would like to fit a pollen filter to the fresh air intake on my Logan as I have a bit of a problem (like lots of people )with Pollen
any ideas out there
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post 19 May 2006, 17:41
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You can use a Clio III filter, they are about 25 euro. Here you have the pictures from the operation.


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post 19 May 2006, 18:36
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Thanks mate
But I cannot read a word on that site (You know us Brits we dont learn much in our SKOOLS) LOL


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post 19 May 2006, 21:03
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QUOTE(martin245 @ 19 May 2006, 20:36)
I cannot read a word on that site (You know us Brits we dont learn much in our SKOOLS) LOL
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Mate, a picture is worth a thousands words. However I'll try to translate that for you english speakers out there.

QUOTE(klaus @ 22 Apr 2006, 22:35)
I haven't used the filter from Modus as it is too expensive, but instead I've used a filter from Clio 3 (part number 77 01 062 227)
This is the cover that seals the filter's housing 1.jpg ( Size: 73.22k ) Number of downloads: 14120

I've cut it out by drilling one hole after another with a drilling mill and a small saw. 2.jpg ( Size: 66.76k ) Number of downloads: 14237
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After that I've smoothed the cuts around borders using a grindstone attached to the drilling mill (minimum efficiency) then a coarse file (much better!) and then a fine file for smoothing.

This is the filter; it goes into the housing with the upper side first. 3.jpg ( Size: 53.01k ) Number of downloads: 14093

The filter is thin - it is actually a thin, kitchen hood filter on a plastic netting.4.jpg ( Size: 56.47k ) Number of downloads: 9653
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Inserting the filter into it's housing 7.jpg ( Size: 67.36k ) Number of downloads: 12700

The finished assembly 6.jpg ( Size: 77.01k ) Number of downloads: 7097


Because the lighting in that area is very weak I've came up with a state of the art, high-tech sollution smile.gif 8.jpg ( Size: 84.01k ) Number of downloads: 4002

With this occasion I've realised that my fears were not founded (I thought that there would be no space in front of the filter for the airflow)
In fact there is a tunnel for the airflow just in front of the filter.
That place is surely designed for the cabin filter.

PS: after cutting and smoothing there will be quite many plastic debris inside the filter housing.
As it is very difficult to clean that place up I've closed the air vents, moved the ventilation directioning to "air vents" position and started the ventilation on "4" (maximum).
As the air vents were closed, the air was directed to the newly cut opening in the filter housing thus cleaning the debris in that area.
But still you have to clean up the debris at the base of the condenser, which do not come out with the airflow.

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post 20 May 2006, 12:03
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I have inserted the pictures into Illusi0n translation...
As a cutting tool anything suitable can be used
A strong knife, a hot welding tools (to melt the plastic cover), etc…


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post 20 May 2006, 15:25
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QUOTE(klaus @ 20 May 2006, 12:03)
I have inserted the pictures into Illusi0n translation...
As a cutting tool anything suitable can be used
A strong knife, a hot welding tools (to melt the plastic cover), etc…
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Thanks a bunch mate for your time
I will print it all out when i returne to Germany and have a go at fitting it
Thanks again biggrin.gif
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post 4 Jul 2006, 15:57
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Mann filter, product code "CU 1829" also fits.


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post 29 Oct 2006, 12:13
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Last Night in Bed it came to me !!!! My Wifes sock radmasa.gif
No realy I stole two of my wifes small Bobby Socks (Small sock like Nylons) blush.gif
Then took off the top of the air intake cover above the wiper motor and pulled them over it the right side fitted perfect and the left side I have done the half so I will still be getting a good airflow minus 80% of the rubbish that comes with it (and it does not restrict too much airflow)
lets see how it works as next Sunday I am off to England and expect to travel3000km
Hope this idea is a help to you
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post 29 Oct 2006, 16:54
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post 29 Oct 2006, 17:09
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Not to worry Jaksa its not rust just dust that looks red in the flashlight
I took the photo in the garage
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post 29 Oct 2006, 22:12
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Will warranty be void if one installs Clio's filter, as described above?


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post 29 Oct 2006, 22:17
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OF COURSE it will blink.gif You need to butcher half of the heating system !!! radmasa.gif
My way you just need to fit the sock over the intake rolleyes.gif
didnt you notice that ???? wacko.gif just place the nylon sock on the intake and you have sorted it for 1 euro biggrin.gif
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look closely at my photos

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post 29 Oct 2006, 22:32
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AND dont forget if you put the filter inside the car ...the leaves and stuff will get down to it and block it !! (think about it ) I had this problem in my Rover 825
.I think my idea for the filter above is greeeeeeat
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post 29 Oct 2006, 22:57
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I think that your idea will not void warranty smile.gif

1 euro? Checked this price with wife? biggrin.gif

If you travel from somwhere-near-Karlsruhe, will it be 3000km in both directions? Are you going to travel to UK in one day or in two maybe?

I am curious because my limit for one day trip is under 1000km, from Belgrade to Northern Greece and from Belgrade to Istria - Trieste.


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post 30 Oct 2006, 07:45
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Ha !!
Are you checking up on me ?? blink.gif
Yes i drive from Karlsruhe to Calais 700km then jump on the train (with the car)
get out at Dover and then drive up north to GRIMSBY it is about 1150km total
then I have my traveling around kms that will be around 800km so that is the 3000km
I will leave karlsruhe in the evening and it takes normaly with stops 7hrs to Calais
then from Dover I will take around 5 hours to grimsby (With eyes like a Panda bear) wacko.gif
I will put up some photos of Gods Town (GRIMSBY) when I return
cu
and 1 euro is about right she gets em at A.Schlecker http://www.schlecker.com/

It is pretty easy to travel this distance over here and I will be using the French motorways they are VERY good and you are not being pushed all the time .not like in Germany it is one big race on the Autobahn and you get tired easy .
I have been doing this since 1970

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post 30 Oct 2006, 10:42
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Of course I am checking smile.gif biggrin.gif

From my point of view, in Greece is also one big race at the highways.


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post 30 Oct 2006, 18:32
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I have driven to Athens from Hamm in Germany it must have been in 1982
I remember stopping at some traffic lights and loads of Kids wanted to clean my Trucks window .in fact all the time in Greece there was someone trying to get money out of you .......But a nice place
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post 1 Nov 2006, 00:39
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Almost forgot:

Have a nice trip wink.gif


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post 1 Nov 2006, 09:39
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Shit I am going daft looking for Winter tires now !!! as they are Law in Germany
I will find out today if I am getting the ones I was after PANIC
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post 1 Nov 2006, 12:01
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Stu, www.reiffendirekt.de or locate an ATU store near your "Plaz". Delticom (Reiffendirekt) are quite cheap on tyres and they have an extensive offer. ATU are perfect for those looking for complete wheels. You may chek with them for tyres only as well.

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Thanks Marty
But its sorted now and I have them for Saturday (I leave on Sunday)
Oh yes and My super filter I removed some leaves that it has caught and they would have gone down the bigger holes into the blower
so it seems to work
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post 9 Nov 2006, 00:32
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Hi Guys
I am now in the Uk and had a real good drive over .I used an average of 6,8 ltrs per 100 km so am very happy The wnter tires are very good and quiet The car is very dirty so you are not going top get a photo until it is clean and tidy
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QUOTE(martin245 @ 8 Nov 2006, 23:32)
Hi Guys
I am now in the Uk and had a real good drive over .I used an average of 6,8 ltrs per 100 km so am very happy The wnter tires are very good and quiet  The car is very dirty so you are not going top get a photo until it is clean and tidy
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Nice consumption if you used highways.


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post 10 Nov 2006, 19:56
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yes the roads were good and the fuel consumption is also part of my reluctance to floor the gas pedal ,I drove at 130 most of the time with a few bursts of 140
I must say though that the speed was taken from my Sat Nav because the Speedo is wrong (as on all cars) .The Sat nav gives Perfect readings of your speed (if not it would not be able to work out where to turn) So driving at 130 iwas doing about 120 and 140 was 130km so dont worry about thrashing it at 150 cos your are doing arround 140 ahhh the wonder of Sat navs blink.gif
anyway 130 is fast enough ph34r.gif
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post 11 Nov 2006, 14:55
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QUOTE(martin245 @ 10 Nov 2006, 19:56)
the Speedo is wrong
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Have you been swiming all the way back from GB to DE ? Is this your Speedo ?


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What was that Bue thing??? Underpants??
But the speedo readings that I gave you are correct
as with most cars they read wrong .AND i have 15" wheels which also affect (a little bit ) your readings
swimming ???No I went through the Eurotunnel

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post 13 Nov 2006, 09:02
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"The blue thing" is usually called "swimming trunks" and they are produced by Speedo, wink.gif

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Got yer mate radmasa.gif
Speedo is also the nickname for the Tachometer
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Back in Germany after my UK visit blink.gif
I drove the car back pretty hard traveling from Calais to karlsruhe in 6hrs 30mins icon_mrgreen.gif
I did 2000 km and used an average of 7 ltrs per 100km biggrin.gif
I had no problem with car at all and found it relaxing to drive cool.gif
I now have 11ooo km and the car seems to have a bit mor power
Hills are no Problem and i never had to change down once
so looking forward to the next holiday
I have hung a photo on the end for you to enjoy
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QUOTE(martin245 @ 24 Nov 2006, 22:15)
I drove the car back pretty hard traveling from Calais to karlsruhe in 6hrs 30mins  icon_mrgreen.gif
I did 2000 km and used an average of 7 ltrs per 100km  biggrin.gif
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I hope you did not make the whole 2000 km in 6 h 30 min, that would be some really hard driving smile.gif

7 l/100 km is not a bad consumption.


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