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Swapping filters on K&N ?

Im currently running a K&N intake on my rig , and i know how bad they are so i was wondering instead of buying a whole new system , Just putting a different filter to replace the current one like an Afe , Napa or others like that ?
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if you want a dry flow afe thats fine.
or just the napa 6637 filter.


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if you want a dry flow afe thats fine.
or just the napa 6637 filter.
Will those work without any rigging ?
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You just have to measure the intake tube diameter at the filter and buy the appropriate sized filter


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You just have to measure the intake tube diameter at the filter and buy the appropriate sized filter
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I put a 6637 right on the end of my k&n pipe. Whatever you do get rid of the k&n.

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I put a 6637 right on the end of my k&n pipe. Whatever you do get rid of the k&n.
Same here. Fits right on the K&N like a glove.

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Yeah it fits on the knn intake tube like a glove. Good luck trying to close the hood.

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You will have to remove the tray or trim it down.

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Mine fits without trimming or removing.


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