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03-14-2007 08:23 AM
Triple88a I do have to agree. I also did feel some difference when i installed my custom intake. pics on my cardomain link in my sig
03-13-2007 02:53 PM
erickpl I'd like to see some links (other that wherever) that shows these specific results. I'd like documented test results, please.
03-13-2007 02:51 PM
jose barros I changed the filter and the intake tube like I said I would and there is a difference a big difference. This morning I switched back to stock because I was going over to dealer for a possible rear main seal leak. I lost about 10mph on hills but with the truflow and airaid tube I could maintain my speed. So for those of you who don't think there isn't a difference your crazy!!!!!
03-09-2007 04:19 PM
amerijeep I have editted as spam, but I want to be fair so I didn't delete.

Jose has an opportunity now to talk to the membership and either validate as a non-spammer or to peddlewares somewhere else.
03-09-2007 04:12 PM
Vector6 I prefer to use a T-Shirt draped across the opening where the filter goes... so much cheaper than buying filters...

and along the same lines your peddling a product on your FIRST post here?
03-09-2007 04:10 PM
Rawkon well they wont flow as much as a brand new K&N but once they get dirty the true flow will outperform everyone. In my opinion its the perfect jeep filter. better then paper and better then everything when its dirty
03-09-2007 04:02 PM
jose barros
air filter

I am going to use this type of air filter along with an araid tube that is less restrictive and will let u guys know if it makes a difference. Maybe it will maybe it won't but at least I know that it filters waaaay better than k&n and the stock paper filter. If you guys don't believe go to whereever and see the dust test they perform and then tell me its not a better filter.

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