Reviewed By Robert H (Granbury, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 3 —3/15/2016 7:57 PM
As far as I'm concerned the AEM dryflow filter for my Mazda 3 was a No Brainer. 32 bucks for a filter that will last most likely the life of the car. Just pull it out once a year and clean it.The OEM cost close to 20 bucks and it's one a done then buy another so Obviously the AEM will pay for itself a couple times over in the long run. I've noticed a small boost in fuel economy and throttle response. Big shout to AutoAnything for free overnight shipping. I've never seen that.