AEM DryFlow Air Filters Customer Reviews
28 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.
28 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by larry p (Georgetown, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Chrysler 200 — Saturday at 5:05 PM
I BOUGHT FOR MY CHRY 200.IT GAVE ME MORE H/P. IAM GETTING BETTER GAS MILEAGE.IT FROM 26.8 MILES PERGAL TO 29.8 MILES PERGAL. JUST BY CHANGEING THE AIR FILTER. THATS BIG THANKS A LOT
Reviewed by Sebastian B (EATONVILLE, WA) Reviewed for a 2014 Mazda 3 — Jul 09, 2014 8:34 PM
I am used to replacing my vehicles' stock filters with K&Ns, but decided to give AEM a shot this time. Being owned by K&N, the quality of the filter looks and feels identical - the main difference being the fact that the AEM DryFlow requires no re-oiling. Installation was a breeze, and I enjoy the delusion that it makes the engine note ever-so-slightly deeper.
Reviewed by Wayne U (Ooltewah, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Jun 11, 2014 5:24 AM
I have had different CAI's on this truck and went back to the stock box with a airaid intake tube with this AEM drop in filter. I have a Borla single exhaust with resonator delete. Truck runs better with this AEM filter and exhaust. The price is better on this filter than the rest and quality is spot on! I would highly recommend AEM for anything you drive.
Reviewed by David M (Jacksonville, FL) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang — Jun 08, 2014 4:58 AM
Very impressed with the air filter. Quality construction and a great price from Autoanything. Have previously used the oiled version of these filters, and the dry filter seems to offer the same performance advantages so far, without having to periodically clean & re-oil the filter (you still need to clean the Dryflow filter periodically). Mileage has improved by 2 mpg (hwy) since installing.