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Old 06-11-2009
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Filter Wrap for AEM Dryflow

I have a AEM dry flow cold air intake. and Im moving to Oklahoma in about 3 weeks. and if youve ever been there, you know it can get very dusty. So I was wondering if anyone makes a filter wrap or a pre-filter to go over my cone filter? because I dont feel like cleaning it every week! lol
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Old 06-12-2009
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I believe K&N sells a few standard sizes of 'pre-filters', just need to measure your AEM filter.
I'm considering this as well for my AEM dryflow. It's been staying dry in rain/thunderstorms (so far) but if I try to run it through a carwash it was get fairly wet. I figure a wrap will help shed a little water (maybe?).

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yep, K&N makes some. i have one on mine
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ditto outerwears. they make them for all the filter manufacturers.
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I still need to get me a Dryflow cone and a wrap! dangit.
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I knew about the K&N's but i just wasnt sure if they would work or not because the K&N are oiled and the AEM's are dry flow. didnt know if it would make a difference or not
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thanks for the link. thats what I'll do. just gotta check the measurements of mine
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I found it difficult to search outwears site for the correct size, but I did send them an e-mail with my filter dimensions and within a week they replied with an off the shelf wrap that would work. I have used Airaid prefilter on my truck. They have held up pretty well and I was ably to find the right size on Summit Racings website.
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