Vinnie

Pipercross vs K&N vs Hurricane, which is better?

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Thinking to replace stock air filter to performance ones.

 

Which one is better and recommended? Some says to avoid oiled filter on scooby engine. :P

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But I prefer mee rebus bro with egg and beef. perrgh... haha

 

So what you reckon bro?

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Go big (open pod) or go home (stay stock) .. hehehe

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In the end, got myself pipercross. Feels like now she breath better... :P

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Went for servicing and was told by pro subaru workshop that the air filter is somewhat oily kind not asking to change but non-oily filter would be good. :D

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Personally i prefer non-oily filter. Less 'gunk' to go into the engine, and also, the oily filter traps dirt and gets dirty pretty quickly.

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I read somewhere too that better to get non-oily type.. I thought pipercross is, but turned out to be somewhat similar like k&n.

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Used to use Blitz on my car, oil-free, loud, and BIG. Lol!

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The oil in a performance filter actually helps to trap & collect the dirt that will otherwise get sucked into the engine.

It's better to clean a dirty filter that's doing it's job than to have a 'clean' filter that doesn't do anything but let the dirt in.That's the function of a filter.

The trick is not to over-oil the filter.

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