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Old 01-17-2007, 02:50 PM   #1
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Anyone look into these? They're a dry filter, that once dirty you just blow out with 20PSI of compressed air. I can get them for a pretty good price (Less than K&N by a good ways.)

Just wondering if anyone else has tried these yet or looked into these. I don't want a K&N because I don't really want the oils goobering up my trucks turbo and sensors. And I know you guys don't want the oils goobering up your MAF'*......Just a thought, something I found that you guys maybe interested in.
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I think that is what my dad has on his cummins.
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Yeah a lot of Cummins guys are running them and love them.

Seeing if anyone here has heard or does run them, what they think about them.
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I haven't tried running one, but did a bunch of research on them last year or so and they seem to get pretty good reviews from all who have tried them.

Maybe you can be the guinea pig and report to us your experiences.

BTW, the whole "oil in the MAF" issue with K&N is really only a problem if you don't follow the directions properly when cleaning and recharging the filter. There have been extensive tests that show this to be the case.
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Ok I guess I'll order one, we'll gauge how much louder my turbo whines in relation to */C whine LOL
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