AEM DryFlow Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters Customer Reviews
36 Customer Reviews
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After a few years on the road, and likely a few weekend treks to the track, the filter on your AEM intake is due for a cleaning. But if it came with an old-school oiled cotton gauze filter, you’re in for a sloppy surprise—re-oiling is one big messy operation. For a cleaner alternative that doesn’t compromise your performance, make the switch to an AEM DryFlow Replacement Cold Air Intake Filter.
Rapid airflow, intense filtration and simple servicing—they all come standard with the DryFlow AEM Cold Air Intake Replacement Filter. Constructed from an advanced synthetic polyester fabric with plunging pleats, it traps nasty contaminants while allowing clean air the breeze through with hardly a lick of restriction—and not a drop of oil. Plus, you can push your DryFlow for up to 50,000 miles before it needs attention, and it’s fully reusable for a lifetime a dependable duty.
Whether you’re engine is equipped with a classic AEM Cold Air Intake, Short Ram or Brute Force System, you’re sure to find a DryFlow AEM CAI Filter to match. They’re available in a wide range of sizes to clamp right onto your tube with no modding needed. Better still, the get-up-and-go gurus at AEM back every DryFlow with their Lifetime Limited Warranty.
36 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Marc C (SHERMAN OAKS, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 08, 2014 6:22 AM
Switched to this over my oiled filter Smoother idle No loss in mpg Far easier to clean After having side by Side it looks very well built and more filter Super easy to find right size with online help
Reviewed by Garcia H (Crofton, MD) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier — Mar 13, 2013 5:30 PM
Got the replacement AEM air filter for my AEM intake and immediately noticed a big difference in my throttle response ...sound. ..and horsepower! I was using another replacement filter and it was OK but nothing compared to the original. Great buy for me I'm very pleased!
Reviewed by Eric C (Mount Prospect, IL) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria — Jul 31, 2012 8:07 PM
I bought one of these filters to replace the old worn out oiled K&N Filter that was 1 1/2 years old. I wanted a filter without oil. oily filters sometimes foul out the mass air sensor. So I did some research and came across this AEM. The dimensions were similar to the K&N; a little shorter but lighter because it doesn't have oil. If you want a filter without the oily residue; you need to buy an AEM Filter for your ride.