AEM DryFlow Air Filters Customer Reviews
45 Customer Reviews
When you're pumping black gold out of the ground, you can never have enough. But when you're trying to re-oil your cotton gauze air filter, you always end up with too much. Cut the crude out of your intake system by switching over to an AEM DryFlow Air Filter. Born from collaboration between AEM and K&N, the DryFlow Filter works like a traditional oiled cotton gauze filter without any of the messy maintenance hassles.
Once you pop in an AEM DryFlow, prepare yourself for the ride of your life. Its single layer of polyester synthetic filter material features pleats that are .25" deeper than most performance filters, creating more surface area for more air to flow through—and more air for your engine to convert into horsepower and torque. Plus, the polyester fibers trap more gunk than traditional oiled filters, so the oxygen rushing into your motor is clean, safe and ready to combust.
Custom designed for a direct replacement fit, your AEM DryFlow Filter sits perfectly inside your airbox with no modding needed. And, you can forget about it for up to 50,000 miles before it needs servicing. Better still, every AEM Dry Flow Filter is backed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty.
45 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joshua L (Iselin, NJ) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Camry — Monday at 10:40 AM
Unbelievable difference. You can feel the car breathe better immediately. Allows car to shift better, it's just worth the money even if the overall lifespan of this will pay for itself. Don't you hate it when you keep wanting to change your filter but the costs add up. With a simple cleaning kit you can clean this every 6-months and never notice any loss of difference.
Reviewed by Edward R (Bartlett, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Explorer — Oct 22, 2014 9:49 AM
The filter went in and I was done is a snap. The rubber sealing edges of the filter are more robust than you average "off the shelf" filter. I have more confidence that the fine dust that might slip around another filter is gonna be left down in the air box where it belongs. Don't wait until you need an air filter, start now letting your engine breathe the cleanest air you can deliver. BTW, NO OIL !!! WOO-HOO !!!
Reviewed by steve a (henderson, NV) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Camaro — Oct 04, 2014 5:48 AM
its a k&n filter without the oil...easy no mess install..great price.my wife noticed a difference when shes driving...little better fuel mpg and a little more power..drops into the factory air box....i modified ours to get a straight shot of air...i removed the baffle behind the grille..no noticeable noise increase...although i do check the filter once a week for dirt and debris..
Reviewed by Jeff S (HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, AR) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Sep 30, 2014 8:17 PM
After only a few days my gas mileage has improvedby 1 1/2 to 2 mpg. I could not believe it would do that. That is according to my computer read out on my 2011 f 150 king ranch with Eco boost engine. I'm very pleased !!
Reviewed by Shannon K (Provo, UT) Reviewed for a 2011 Lincoln MKS — Sep 28, 2014 11:13 PM
Product looked like great quality with plenty of pleats. Fit perfectly. Not a lot a money to make sure that the car is working at its best and that it's not running on an old dirty filter.
Reviewed by Eric V (KERMAN, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Cobalt — Sep 20, 2014 8:02 AM
Instantly I can feel the difference in acceleration. I live in CA. Ordered Friday and delivered Saturday with free shipping. Could not ask for any better service. Now my car can breath. I'll need to drive some more before I can see what I'm saving in fuel. Since the filter is cleanable, I will be saving on filter cost which is a plus.