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This is a discussion on SPT Intake Filter Maintenance/Replacement within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My SPT filter was dry when I had it...weird....

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    My SPT filter was dry when I had it...weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninefourteener View Post
    I've been using the SPT intake for a couple years now.... and I just clean/recharge it the same way I do with my K&N filter (I have 2 filters)... and I just alternate between the two filters. When I pull one off, I clean it, and re-oil it, and set it on a shelf..... but it is generally several months before it goes on the car, so its well past "dry" by then.

    The SPT filter isn't blue anymore.... but it still works just as well. Maybe they make another brand cleaning/oiling kit that is blue instead of red?

    It's a cotton gauze filter... exactly the same as K&N. Just make sure you get some MAF cleaner and spray the MAF every time you clean the filter. Also make sure you don't get anxious and run the car while its still wet with oil. Let it dry first..... otherwise you will have MAF issues.
    Do you happen to know the product number of the K&N air filter you are using. I picked up a 3" cone high flow one and it was just a tad too long to fit in the engine bay. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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