Originally Posted by allupinsydeyou
there are companys out there that do make awesome dry filters. and if you do go the k&n route... read the directions on oiling... its actually quite hard to overoil.. unless you just dont pay attention.
Thank you. Like I said earlier, it's not that difficult to use the reoilable (is that a word?) filter. If I did over oil that filter one time, it didn't affect my MAF sensor or anything else in the motor. I've never used one of the other performance dry filters; only the K&N aftermarket ones, but I've never experienced any problem w/ mine.