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Old 06-06-2013, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by S.C. Express View Post
Copied from their website......Still looking for the actual comparison chart..
What makes Green Filter oil different from other brands?
  • Green High Performance Air Filters come pretreated with a specially formulated dirt-trapping oil. Our proprietary lightweight, synthetic Green Filter oil is designed to not damage any vehicle sensors.
  • This oil creates a positive (+) magnetic charge, or ionic bond, with the filter's stainless steel mesh. The positive charge attracts the negatively (-) charged dust particles entering the filter, causing them to cling to the steel mesh and allowing the cotton to remain clear for maximum air flow.
  • Green Filter oil also contains a swelling additive for the cotton filtration media. This causes the cotton fibers to swell, which allows the filtration media to collect the very small dirt particles (down to 5 microns) that could otherwise harm your engine.
http://www.greenfilterusa.com/features-and-benefits.php
Thanks, and sorry to sound pessimistic, but I have my doubts if it is any better than a K&N?
I have read/found other studies about filters so maybe it is unfair to put this one in the same category without an independant study?
http://www.nicoclub.com/archives/kn-vs-oem-filter.html
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