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Old 08-26-2006, 09:30 PM   #1
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no more oil, better filtering, more airflow... cant go wrong?

http://chevy.off-road.com/chevy/arti....jsp?id=200029

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ive heard of this, it intruiges me. i wonder if it will be about as much as a K&N
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those have been out for a while, been seeing them in my Jeep catalogs for at least a year
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yeah i saw it in the summit catalog as i was sittin on the john... ill be needing a new filter soon so i was gonna be the test dumbie maybe
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been out for almost a yaer
http://www.autoanything.com/air-filt...A2591A0A0.aspx

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p.*. i would have got the 6" by 9"Dryflow , but i did not think it would fit. so i got an 6" by 8" long K&N
the 9" would have fit, live and learn, stuck with the K&N now.
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I looked through all of the reviews and there were 2 or 3 that weren't 5 stars....Hmmmmm???

Just might be worth it to avoid all of the over oiling hassles?!?
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That will be the filter I use as soon as I redo the intake.. Not only does it not have the oil issue like k&n but the filtration rate is way better.. Comparable to stock paper filter. IMO I never like k&n due to the filtration number.. And yes I ran k&n before on different vehicles I had owned n the amount of dust on the intake track post filter iis disgusting..
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Wow... I'm definitely buying one of these in the future. My K&N seems to be doing alright, but if I can get better filtration and lose the re-oiling kit, I'm jumping all over it. Nice find, guys.
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I"d also consider Amsoil Ea filter.. also filters better then K&N and just as efficient.. no oil either

http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/eaau.aspx?zo=1317149
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