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I just got my intake installed a few days ago and noticed that my exhuast is quiter that with the drop in kn filter, anyone else notice this?

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I'm confused did you get a drop in K&N filter/ i.e. replaced the oem filter.
or did you order the stillen intake that comes with a cone shaped K&N?
:oops: I get it you did both :oops:
 

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At first I installed the drop in k&N filter, then I finally recieved my stillen intake and had it installed last weekend.

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Think so, will have pics updated soon.
 

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esemes said:
i think the Stillen setup ditches the baffles/resonators found on the oem airbox setup, rught???
-eS
That is correct. There is a large resonator below the stock airbox that is omitted with the Stillen set-up.
 

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How often will I need to clean the Stillen, and with what?
 

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stormace said:
How often will I need to clean the Stillen, and with what?
Buy a K&N Air filter cleaning kit at Pep Boys, Auto-Zone, etc. Then remove the filter, spray the cleaner on the filter, than rinse with water. After the filter dries, spray it with the filter oil supplied with the K&N cleaning kit.
How often will depend on your driving environment and habits. I usually clean mine every 10-15K miles. If you live in a dry, dusty climate, you may need to clean it more often.
 
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