You've put it off as long as you can, but you can't avoid it any longer—it's time to service your air filter again. And that means soaking it in expensive, spill–prone oil and crossing your fingers that it'll be dry in time for the morning commute. If you're sick of this messy ritual, make the switch to MagnumFLOW IAF PRO DRY S Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters.
Oil? You don't need any stinky oil to maintain your aFe Pro Dry S. These breakthrough aFe replacement filters are built with two layers of synthetic fabric sandwiched between a polyurethane top and base. With progressively finer mesh on each layer, your aFe Pro Dry strips away up to 99.2% of contaminants and feeds your engine huge gusts of clean oxygen.
Taking care of your aFe Pro Dry S Filter is a breeze. When it gets gunked up, just give it a scrub with some soapy water, let it air dry and you're back in high–performance business. Plus, they're available in a wide range of sizes to mount in place of all aFe MagnumFLOW IAF Filters. And, aFe backs your Pro Dry S with a 2–year warranty.
Reviewed by Leonard J (East Wenatchee, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Oct 31, 2013 10:28 PM
I switched from the blue "oil impregnated" style filter. Apparently, and it makes sense, the residue from the "oil impregnated" filters can mess up the MAF sensor. I think there is a higher possibility after you clean the filter. Anyway, the gray filter is a dry filter. If they hold up even half as long and are as efficient then I will be happy.
Reviewed by Jose S (Bartlesville, OK) Reviewed for a 2013 Mazda 3 — Sep 09, 2013 8:20 PM
I purchased this filter to replace the oiled filter that came with my Cobb short ram intake. It fits perfectly and is extremely easy to clean with no oil mess. Completely satisfied with my purchase.
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Asked by Anonymous
Feb 25, 2013 7:29 PM
2011 Ford F-250
I ordered a cold air intake system for my Supper Duty last year I need to know which replacement filter I need? If you could look that up I'll place a order for a new filter that way I can take off the old one an wash it out.
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 26, 2013 1:43 PM
Hi, If you have a diesel truck, your filter will be AutoAnything sku: 3830772 with a 5.5" Flange, 9" Base, 7" Inverted Top and 8" Height.flag Accept Answer