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    K&N oil filter

    Has anybody been running these is the extra cost worth it?


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    I've used the K&N filters in the past and they work just as well as the oem filters do, i have never found any problems using the brp filters and they cost less so i would just stick with the factory filter

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    Oem filters Dooo a great job..
    Save the extra $$

    K&n your just paying extra for the name brand..

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    I've ran them from the beginning. Keep an eye on amazon. I bought 10 when they were $4.99 each

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    In Aus I have got them cheaper than OEM in the past.

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    I've used quite a few, and yes they are a third of the price of oe here in Aus, just make sure to check that the o-ring is in its place, out of a couple of hundred of them I found 2 missing one o-ring each

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    $11.45 all day long at Orielly Auto parts

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    K&N are all I run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    K&N are all I run.
    You have the turbo in your pic hooked up wrong for optimal power. You need to attach the intake to the TB, the boost side to the exhaust and the hot side goes into the fuel rail. This boosts the exhaust further spooling the turbo and pre heating the fuel for better atomization. Common mistake

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