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Which filter should I get?

I am looking to upgrade my air filter and I want some advice? I was looking at K&N 77, and 63. Which one do you guys think is better or do you know of any others?

K&N 63:
http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...x?Prod=63-1548

K&N 77:
http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...Prod=77-1548KP

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Re: Which filter should I get?

You want the 63


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Re: Which filter should I get?

I also found this:

http://www.aempower.com/ViewProduct.aspx?ProductID=1230

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Re: Which filter should I get?

I've never been a fan of K&N. I got the AEM intake and it sounds amazing. That huge chunk of black plastic between the radiator and throttle body is full of chambers to baffle the sound of the engine sucking in air. With the kit installed it uncorks it. If you get the AEM kit make sure to search the threads on this site as the instructions leave out the part about unbolting the coolant overflow tank. You will know what I'm talking about if you get the kit. It is very easy to install.

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Re: Which filter should I get?

I know AFE makes one with a more complete air box, but I have no personal experience with it or AEM. I did have a K&N for another vehicle of mine and it was great. If you do get a CAI, I recommend getting a prefilter for it just to keep sure you are keeping water out.
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Re: Which filter should I get?

I too have the AEM and it was easy to install and the sound is amazing.





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Re: Which filter should I get?

what kind of sound difference are you guys talking about. Also, what sort of increase in HP or milage do you get if any?

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here is another one I found:
AFE 4.7Lt filter

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Is there a prefilter for the AEM brute force. Please post a link.

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Just answered my own question. They make a thing call a bypass. Here is a link: http://www.aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=20

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