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s & b intake

i know a couple of guys on here have these intakes and im looking at one i was just wondering if you guys have to dry or cleanable filters im probably gonna go with the reusable one but would just like someone who has it to give me some input

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I too would like to know more about the dry ones

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I have an oiled filter. I have cleaned 4 or 5 times in 12000 miles. Hasnt been very dirty at all. When its time for a new one i may try the dry filter.

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I have had both. I prefer the oiled one since you can clean it. Otherwise you will have to buy one every time it needs to be cleaned.

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I have the dry and it seems to stay pretty clean. Been on since october and haven't touched it since


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I do like the fact I can clean the oiled ones so ill drolly go with another oiled one when the time comes.

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how many times can you clean an oiled one before you have to replace it with a new filter?
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not sure ive cleaned mine 4 or 5 and it still looks pretty clean. ill probably clean once or twice more then order a new one.



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I've had both and like the dry better. I just didn't like the cleaning and oiling.


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I am running the S&B oil type on mine. I have been running this style filter on trucks, bikes, four wheelers, etc. for years and never had any issues. its all preference, but I'm not a fan of dry filters. the only downfall to the oil type I've noticed on this truck is that every now and then the MAFS will get a touch of oil on it after a cleaning and throw a code a few times until the oil dries up.

When in doubt, mash on it....and don't stop till you smell sh!t or hear glass break!

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