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Old 02-06-2013, 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Grubrunner View Post
I have no interest whatsoever in non-oiled filters.

No I haven't compared them.

But I respect your views.
I might get an oiled filter to have when I am cleaning the dry or replacing it just for a back up to see which one I like better. I am pretty anti oil on diesels, but may try it on the hemi. Only because i've seen your review thread.

Originally Posted by Ramguy65 View Post
I've been looking at the Volant sealed CAI with the Power Core filter. Does anyone have this or has anyone heard anything about these?

Volant makes good CAIs, i have always liked them. I just went S&B because I personally know they are good products and have always like their quality.

** Everyone needs to remember for the most part a CAI will not do much at all performance and mpg wise. Will it make a difference, YES, but will it make a massive difference. no. So don't stress out too much on which one is the best etc. There are always a couple brands that I tend to shy away from but they are most going to give you about the same results. I just personally love S&B, they have good build quality, look fantastic, and I have seen and definitely heard a difference. I think CAIs are always a wise investment but this is not a blower, turbo, programmer, etc upgrade **
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