I'll back up the statement of improved throttle response from gutting an airbox and adding a drop in K&N (although in my experience Fram Airhog works just as well)
Originally Posted by willwren
Find me a member that burned up a MAF sensor due to over-oiling their K&N, and I'll buy them a new filter.
That'* an urban legend started by some ricer that soaked his filter in oil and then installed it.
I'll be waiting for my new filter from you then (Granted, I used a Fram Airhog for a while before switching to a K&N for the CAI)............... just replaced a burned out MAF sensor. But I figure, what'* the odds of it happening again?
And if it IS an urban legend than someone should tell the GM techs I've talked with.