My K&N CAI has been on my truck for six years now, no problems so far.
This is not fact, sorry.They let way more dirt through. Im a diesel guy and K&N is a big no no...but im sure its not nearly as bad for gassers.
Not true, your factory paper filter is deffinately a better particulate filter.They filter better than your factory paper intake...
If you ever take an old K&N and poor something harsh like gasoline on it you will see it pull all the oil out of the filter and you will see the white filter paper.
Yes it is, let me dig up the flow charts and particulate size/volume charts for youThis is not fact, sorry.
Yes, it wouldn't make sense if they damaged the motor, NOBODY would use them then.Not true, your factory paper filter is deffinately a better particulate filter.
Yes it is, let me dig up the flow charts and particulate size/volume charts for you
Common physics tells me, if you have more airflow, you had to increase the size of the hole the air passes through, hence letting more dirt through.
Edit: Here is a crude test, I am still looking for the lab test. Filtration Testing for Amsoil, K&N, Napa, Jackson Racing, Baldwin, and Mazda air filters on a Miata
Looking for those studies now...
Run it six shooter. It will NOT hurt the Truck.I have been reading these fourms and now im starting to think that maybe a should have not put one on my truck last week but i bought the best flow master i could find and wanted a good air filter.