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If you run the Bwoody, get the optional DryCharger for it. That thing stopped a lot of dirt/salt/sand from getting trapped in the pleats of the filter when I ran a Bwoody.
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how does the Arrington CAI work out for you?
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If you run the Bwoody, get the optional DryCharger for it. That thing stopped a lot of dirt/salt/sand from getting trapped in the pleats of the filter when I ran a Bwoody.
Has anyone ever double bagged it? Lol

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how does the Arrington CAI work out for you?
Works out great. Only difference I notice from the Bwoody is that my filter cover stays clean now, LOL. The one on my Bwoody would get filthy in the winter.




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LOL. While not a "DryCharger" I run a similar style cover on the bigger AFE filter I put on my Arrington. I like them for all pleated filters.

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a buddy of mine has this one
http://www.fastlaneturbo.com/2012jee...airintake.aspx
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I love the Bwoody I have
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Just signed up and your first post is a link to a bwoody intake knock off? Also, the linked intake is for a WK2 and this is a WK1 thread. The two identical reviews on the site also seem fake to me. I'm a bit skeptical here....


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Just signed up and your first post is a link to a bwoody intake knock off? Also, the linked intake is for a WK2 and this is a WK1 thread. The two identical reviews on the site also seem fake to me. I'm a bit skeptical here....


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This Probably Been Talked About Many Times But Im looking To Get A Cold Air Intake But Undecided Which One To Get ? Any Suggestions
Get whatever one you think looks coolest. They don't do that much for performance honestly, other than at WOT possibly....but very minor. Some people like the sound they make when you get into it. I have a Volant and I like that it has a filter box which can be dual fed with outside air. It is one of only a few true cold air intakes(cool air is more like it) and also its quiet, which I like. Easy install...an hour at most.
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Everyone has covered it pretty good but if I had to buy one today I would buy a volant or afe2 and I don't own either one.
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