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EVO intake with K&N, 1123 and 1125, **** them...


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my question is,

from all the talk/discussion about oiled filters and whatnots, would changing the k&n cone filter and putting a paper cone filter get rid of the codes (i will clean the MAF again)?

would the be any noticeable sound difference?

also, since the cone filter is pretty much visible trough the side intake, would it cause problems with water and regular washing?

any info on this would be greatly appreciated

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Not everybody is convinced that it's the K&N that does it. Many people are over oiling their filters which would cause it once you clean it. I would look for S&B their filters are oil-less and AEM makes a nice oil-less filter as well they have intakes pretty well figured out if you know what I mean there... If your worried about water and such you can buy filter jackets that breathe but are totally water resistant.

http://www.aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=32 - Dry Flow

I have been looking for that waterproof jacket, but can't find it. OBX or somebody similar makes a air filter cover that you can zip over top of your cone air filter like I mentioned above and is waterproof. I found it once before but for the life of me can't find it again. It was pretty cool.

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I've been running the EVO highflow for over a year with no issues. As suggested, if you over oil, there will be problems ('02 S). Can't help you with the other types, as I've had no reason to research them, since I'm happy with the EVO.

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