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Hi guys i am in the dirt business and around dust/dirt alot so i was wondering what would be the best air intake to go with i dont want anything thats gonna suck up too much dirt and cause damage any input is appreciated
 

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Amsoil, definitely. I had a K&N with Amsoil bypass filter and oil analysis, and kept getting told to change my filter because my oil had suspended dirt, despite keeping the filter clean! Got rid of the K&N, installed an Amsoil nanofibre filter, and the oil analysis cleaned right up.:thumbsup
 

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The S&B filters are good also. Yes I know that they are an oiled filter but they are running an 8 layer filter. Its what im running and it seems to filter great. truthaboutfilters
 

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I drive in power plants, steel mills, and chemical plants all with dirt roads and plenty of dust following heavy equipment around, I have been very pleased with my AFE stage 2 w/prodry w/ prefilter cover... I check often, and intake tract to filter (torque tube) is always clean and dust free:thumbsup
 

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The AMSOIL Nanofiber filters are the best filtering dry filter available IMHO. They are used in ICEBOX Intakes, the new Injen intakes, as well as many home made intakes or as replacement filters on other brand's intake systems.

-Chuck
 

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Love my Amsoil filter!!!
 

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Amsoil OEM drop-in filter. Heck even the oem ones will work fine since you will be changing them out religiously in those conditions.
 
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