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Old 07-29-11, 09:06 PM   #16
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does the LS460 uses the same size cabin filter as the is250?

im thinkin about picking a few of those up!
Yes it does.

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Old 07-29-11, 11:05 PM   #17
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I got this one from Wix at the suggestion of another member, fits perfectly, much cheaper and its still Carbon. Works pretty well too, got rid of the odor for me!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001DRLQN4
x2!! I just installed this exact one as well
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87139-07010 - Factory Pollen Filter (Replaces 87139-30040)
87139-50060 - Factory Deodorant Filter (Charcoal)
87139-YZZ08 - MVP Pollen Filter
87139-YZZ10 - MVP Deodorant Filter (Charcoal)

(MVP = Market Value Pricing, cheaper alternatives available from Toyota/Lexus).

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What is the difference between the premium -50060 vs market value -yzz10?

Is there a big difference in longevity and quality of filtering? It's twice the cost. Thanks.
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One is from Japan (50060 / 50100) and one is from USA (YZZ10). I've not done any testing on either of them, but the 50100 looks to be of slightly higher quality to the naked eye. That probably doesn't give you a really good answer, but it's all I've got, haha.

I run the 50100 in my car for good measure. JDM yo.

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I use this one:

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I run the 50100 in my car for good measure. JDM yo.
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Side note:
The Carbon Impregnated Cabin Air Filter deordorizes for only so long. You will not notice this after a while but I found it to be extreamly helpful over the generic pollen filter throughout its life though.

FYI - Maintenance Manual says it should be changed every 30k but I change mine every 15k.
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Premium vs market value filter!


The premium (OEM) filter is much heavier, thicker, and has more closely spaced fins.
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Good picture, I had meant to take pictures and count the folds a few times but I always remembered after installing it, haha.

The factory filters (even non-charcoal) are almost always higher quality as far as number of folds and weight/visual quality.

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One is from Japan (50060 / 50100) and one is from USA (YZZ10). I've not done any testing on either of them, but the 50100 looks to be of slightly higher quality to the naked eye. That probably doesn't give you a really good answer, but it's all I've got, haha.

I run the 50100 in my car for good measure. JDM yo.

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What about the 87139-07010 ? Its just non-charcoal
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The 87139-07010 vs. 87139-YZZ08 is pretty much the same comparison as the 87139-50100 vs. 87139-YZZ10, they are just non-charcoal filters instead of the charcoal ones.

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I got this one from Wix at the suggestion of another member, fits perfectly, much cheaper and its still Carbon. Works pretty well too, got rid of the odor for me!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001DRLQN4
Thanks for sharing it, just ordered one.
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The 87139-07010 vs. 87139-YZZ08 is pretty much the same comparison as the 87139-50100 vs. 87139-YZZ10, they are just non-charcoal filters instead of the charcoal ones.

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so what's the difference betweeen a charcoal filter vs non? and do they have a deodorizer AND pollen type?
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Charcoal is the deodorizer/pollen type. There is no deodorizer non-pollen type.

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