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View Poll Results: What Type of Filtration?
Stock Airbox 0 0%
Stock Airbox with Drop in filter 1 20.00%
BHAF 2 40.00%
BHAF with heat shield 0 0%
Aftermarket intake 1 20.00%
Aftermarket Cold Air Intake (CAI) 0 0%
One Off, Made by You 1 20.00%
Just wanted to click on something 0 0%
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Old 12-28-2010, 12:32 AM
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that sounds pretty hardcore, don't quote me on it cause I don't completely believe it myself, but they say the oiled style filters/K&N's in particular are not the best to have on a turbo charged diesel engine, I know they're the only ones I have seen collapsed on a truck, but those are severe cases of neglect more than the actual filters and their construction
Nah. I run K&N on all of my vehicles. On the corvette, our Hummer H1, my fully built motocross race bikes and now my Cummins. take care of them and they keep your intake clean
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