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Old 03-11-2012, 04:19 PM
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AEM vs K&N Replacement Filter for 6.4L

I've checked and both AEM and K&N have replacement filters for the SRT8 6.4L in stock. Forgetting price, which would you go for? Both are washable, but the AEM doesn't have to be oiled. AEM claim that their filter was developed in collaboration with K&N, and they have improved on it. Bottom line, which, if either, provides better performance than the stock?

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Old 03-11-2012, 07:22 PM
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Re: AEM vs K&N Replacement Filter for 6.4L

I always buy K&N
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Re: AEM vs K&N Replacement Filter for 6.4L

None as you cannot tune for it and the Jeep adaptives will learn around it.

AEM filters more particles.
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Re: AEM vs K&N Replacement Filter for 6.4L

after oiling filters for years...go for the dry aem
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Re: AEM vs K&N Replacement Filter for 6.4L

aem k&n is rubbish
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