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I was wondering if anybody out there has heard any thing bad about k&n air filters?? The reason I ask is my dad talked too a guy that owns a reputable performance diesel shop in bend where my dad lives says they let alot of ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 04-20-2011, 10:24 AM
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I was wondering if anybody out there has heard any thing bad about k&n air filters?? The reason I ask is my dad talked too a guy that owns a reputable performance diesel shop in bend where my dad lives says they let alot of dirt in!! I put a k&n in my 2005 dodge diesel its a stock replacement!! does anyone have any experince with this??
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Get rid of the K&N they are the worst filters to have on a diesel. The turbo pulls all the oil out of them and they let in alot of dirt and junk

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Get rid of the K&N they are the worst filters to have on a diesel. The turbo pulls all the oil out of them and they let in alot of dirt and junk
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Well i guess that settles it!! but what about some of the aftermarket air intake systems dont they some thing simaler too a k&n filter?? i.e. banks s&b and so on!!!
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I have an afe pro dry filter on mine (no oil required) if ya ask me i always thought of k&n as a gasser filter just my opinion

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I have the amsoil/injen intake on my 05. Looks nice and works well but not sure it's worth the pricetag. The afe seems to be a very popular brand. That's what I'd be lookiing at if I didn't have this one.
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Any intake that uses dry filter technology is good. AFE, S&B ect.

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The S&B's are nice filters as well as the afe's. And S&B is hard to beat for the price and its a enclosed airbox.
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x2 on the s&b and afe!!
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