May I ask what the difference is between an oiled and dry filter? Why would one choose one over the other?My experience is that drop-ins offer a slight bump in throttle response and slightly more sound at WOT. Very minor increases though.
The best thing about them is the fact they are reusable. I've used K&N and the dry aFe and AEM filters. I prefer the dry type to the oiled K&N, but that's just me.
I have the AEM Dry Flow and no complaints here. I installed it when I installed my PRL Stage 1 tube. I didn't notice any difference in sound from stock, personally.I recently installed a AFE momentum CAI, not liking the sound (heavy drone in low RPM) but I like the improved throttle response, thing about a drop in instead....
Thinking AFE pro dry drop in, but considering AEM dryflow and now HKS, thoughts?
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