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Old 08-25-2011, 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by SS4Luck View Post
I run dry filters because I have seen how much air filter oil can eff up a MAF/sensors.

Dry filters just need to be washed/dried and re installed to work their best

Plus its cheaper in the long run cuz you dont gotta buy oil and all that other crap
The Ram's use a speed density system instead of a MAF sensor, so no worries of gumming up the MAF sensor. I run an Amsoil dry filter in my BFI and am very happy with the quality. I think dry filters flow a lot better too, air can't really pass through oil.
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