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Has anyone tried an AEM dryflow air filter? Are they any good?

They claim to be better than a standard "clean & oil" filter, easier to clean and obviously if there is no oil, then there is no danger of over-oiling and messing up the MAF sensor. Just wanted to know if anyone on here has any good or bad things to say about them.
 

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AEM Filters come with all the MSpeed Intakes. I have had 0 issues and seems to work great. I really dont have anything to compare it to. But I did just clean mine and the process is very easy to do but your without a filter for 24 hrs to dry.
 

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I have one on my F2 CAI. I had it on for a year and a half and just bought the cleaning kit. It is a lot nicer then oiled filters because of no dirty MAF.
 

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I have one on my F2 CAI. I had it on for a year and a half and just bought the cleaning kit. It is a lot nicer then oiled filters because of no dirty MAF.
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Thanks Trigger, that's what I was looking for. :)
 

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Since the MS CAI is an AEM, are the filters the same too? I've never cleaned mine and it's probably due, just don't know what to use to clean it??????
 

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Yeah its the AEM Cleaner. Fill bucket with water use full bottle of cleaner soak spin refill do it again then rinse and dry.
 
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