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Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

First off which do you like or which do you feel works the best DRY filter or OILED filter? Also which intake do you like best or feel works best?


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I absolutely love my AFE Stage 2, has worked as expected from day one. had the stage 1, and the stage 2 is day and night difference
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Re: Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

I think for a typical over the road truck the dry will do the job. It you live/work or frequent very dusty environments the oil might grab a few extra particles of dirt. I think the consensus is the AFE2 is one of the best. Airflow engineering is a site sponsor and might have something to add.

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Re: Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

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I think for a typical over the road truck the dry will do the job. It you live/work or frequent very dusty environments the oil might grab a few extra particles of dirt. I think the consensus is the AFE2 is one of the best. Airflow engineering is a site sponsor and might have something to add.
You've got that backwards. The paper/dry filters will filter better and are better suited for extremely dusty environments. The purpose of the oiled media filter is to reduce the pressure differential across the filter at high air flow.

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Thanks for catching me ass backwards statement. Ok so I can't multi task.

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Re: Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

So AFE stage 2 dry vs. Brute force(sp) dry? Or ?


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Re: Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

I like my 6637 myself.




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What the 6637 Arisley?


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Re: Cold air intakes DRY vs. OILED?

Brute force is not a good option, its just basically a generic filter. the 6677 is a good option as well. I like my AFE II.

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6637 is the diy tymar type.

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