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I am about to order the cp-e intake and it comes with the option of an oiled filter or a dry filter. Which one should I go with? What are the pros and cons of each?
You're right, the ST is a MAP platform.I thought the FoST's were MAP based sensors and not MAF?
2nd thisAEM dry flow is a perfect fit for my stock air box and when I researched, it was something like 99% as efficient as a paper filter while flowing more, not as much as some of the oiled but more than the stock paper. And it's $40
Oiled filters come pre-oiled (I didn't find any that don't). You're suppose to oil after you clean w/ recharging kit (from green if you want it to keep looking green, K&N's is red).Is it bad i didnt oil my green filter. I had k&ns in the past and i never oiled them.
Troll attempt... failedYou should oil the filter. But don't forget to add a min-catch can between it and the intake manifold.
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