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Re: CAI on a 5.7

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oiled filters = suck...we have had this discussion..AEM dry flow...learn it...love it...


but bwoody 4" candy apple!

Hate to bug you but do you have a P/N to the dry filter you use on your bwoody?
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Re: CAI on a 5.7

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oiled filters = suck...we have had this discussion..AEM dry flow...learn it...love it...


but bwoody 4" candy apple!


An oild filter will flow much more air than a dry, paper filter. In my old Diesel pickup I had to un an oiled filter, the dry filters would collapse from the vacume created by the turbos.

Im new to jeeps and they probably dont need near the volume of air.
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