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    AEM Dry Flow

    Has anybody used this drop-in filter on their 2015 WRX?

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    Rally sport just uploaded a video to their YouTube where they installed it. No numbers or mention of tune though.
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    Seems like a better alternative to an oiled filter.

    I just installed a Dryflow on the end of a CAI.
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    I had a K&N and the oil in it was throwing error codes. We'll see if this AEM solves it.

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    I used to use a K&N panel filter as oiled out of the box. Never had a problem. When it came time to clean and re-oil I was less than confident in my oiling abilities. I also found a couple of articles that suggest the K&N does not filter all that well.

    What I've been able to find on the Dryflow so far is that it has good filtration.
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    Thanks for the info!

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