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My deleted and tuned 6.4 is needing an air filter. The gauge is getting pulled into the yellow quickly. Filter doesn't look dirty at all but maybe the dirt is internal. I have the blue Donaldson.

I'm not wanting to do an intake so would like a recommendation on a good aftermarket cleanable filter to drop-in.

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I hate to tell you, but you would be much better off with a CAI. You have tuned and deleted, may as well finish it off.

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I have the AFE drop in and it has worked fine. I am not moving quite as much air as you as I only have a 70 hp tune. I can hear those turbos a lot better though, love that

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im looking to buy the one that will flow the most air but filter at the same time. the no limit to me doesnt seem like a goof filter? anyone have advice here? what about the s&b pro guard 7 filter i heard those were really good too? whos running what?
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im looking to buy the one that will flow the most air but filter at the same time. the no limit to me doesnt seem like a goof filter? anyone have advice here? what about the s&b pro guard 7 filter i heard those were really good too? whos running what?
i can get you both the AFE or the S&B... if had to choose between both of those i think the pro guard 7 is better...
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My deleted and tuned 6.4 is needing an air filter. The gauge is getting pulled into the yellow quickly. Filter doesn't look dirty at all but maybe the dirt is internal. I have the blue Donaldson.

I'm not wanting to do an intake so would like a recommendation on a good aftermarket cleanable filter to drop-in.

I know better than the K&N.

You are deleted with a stock intake............Right ?
The gauge is pulling to yellow because your system is air deprived, making the gauge think the filter is dirty.
You DO need a CAI to balance things out. As far as what kind..........there is many choices.

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