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    Amsoil Air Filters

    3x9" Amsoil Ea Filters. About $50.
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    Yea they seem to be good filters I just got a few in stock.....they say that you do not have to oil them just vac them out.....


    I will stick with K/N

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    Arent those all just powercore filters from Donaldson?

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    Could be. Beats me. I saw them and they listed the sizes so I got one. Did I pay too much for a 3" x 9"?

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    Not really, you`d have to look at summit to compare. Summit has there own that are a thin woven much cheaper.

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    Oh well. Guess I'll suffer with this sturdy one.

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    there ya go

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    That filter is lots better than any oil gauze filter made.
    There is no comparrison between a K&N type and the new Amsoil.

    This is from memory.
    Amsoil filters like 99.5% of all particles
    Everyone elses paper does 98.9%
    Wet Gauze filters 96%

    THis is no big deal in a ski, but in a car there are millions and millions and millions of particles going into a filter.

    3-4% of those millions is a Lot of dirt to run through a motor.

    This info was straight from K&N, their tech said if filter ability was a huge concern that you would be better off going paper and changeing ever 10K miles.

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    The new Ea filters from Amsoil are "The Sh!t", in my opinion.
    I`ve been using Amsoil for several years now, and I`m just getting my hands on some of their new products...PR...

    Just picked up the 5W40 synth for the VW
    and the long drain interval 5W30 for the Xterra along with the new Ea013 filter!..Ya Man!!!...PR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 FAST VE
    That filter is lots better than any oil gauze filter made.
    There is no comparrison between a K&N type and the new Amsoil.
    So wait, does this filter go on the power filter? And are you saying that it's better than the K&N filter that RIVA sends with the power filter?

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