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    Default Decent dry Cone air filter?

    Mines beat up from when it sat on the PCM and dirty af. I really don't want oiled. One I got is 3.5" id.

    Found one last night, but it's kinda more than what I thought one would cost.



    http://www.autoanything.com/air-filt...SABEgIkNfD_BwE

    Any input/suggestions?

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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    AFE dry flow S do it
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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    What happened to that little one? Lol

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    Turbo power? Was just to dam small

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    Turbo power?
    That's hilarious.

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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    Just run to your local parts store and grab a cone filter. My autozone or advanced used to sell AEM Dry Flow's for like 40-50 bucks. Sadly the dry flow filters do run more; because of the lack of maintenance that you have to do and the fact they USUALLY will outlast an oiled filter since most people don't take care of them worth a crap. I've had great luck with my AFE dry flow so far on my Vette, but I would assume that they make universal filters, too.

    But the $30 spectre filters work fine if you replace them every couple years.
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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    Just get the Spectre, don't oil it and replace when ugly!
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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    get one of the largest aem's in the tapered oval style its like 6 x 12 at the connection point with 4" flange, get the prefilter bag and keep all the cottonwood/etc off it

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    Default Re: Decent dry Cone air filter?

    Don't get a non-name brand one. All the cheap ones I've gotten all seem to have quality issues like not sealed all the way at one end or the other. Both 9" AEM dry flow I've gotten were fine, as well as the 7" double cone Spectre I'm running now.
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