Definitely AEM. It's synthetic material, and filters and flows better than Apexi's cotton gauze. It also doesn't have to deal with the metal mesh on the outside, and instead uses an internal cage to maintain the filter's shape, ensuring the filter element won't collapse inward.slidr said:Kinda off topic, but who's dryflow filter is better in terms of filtration and restriction...AEM or Apexi?
Some people on here have had problems with bogging during and after rain storms. The filter seems to become a sponge when it comes to water.danGTS said:I also wouldnt be worried about using a dry filter like that with a CAI ..
They claim the flow quality is equal to their previous gen .. while having a dry filter that keeps its flow performance when dirty ... So it would be better when dirty but equal when clean from my understanding ...slidr said:Is this true?