MAF and CAI

Stumpuller6.5

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What type of filter do you have? is it a soaked type, like a K&N? maybe the residue is building up and wrecking them? :dunno:

Might need to try a dry element....
 

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Roush Cold Air Intake. it's suppose to be oil free. just rinse with water ever 4 months and let dry.
 

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Hmmm, then I`m not sure the cause. :dunno:

Is this one you listed much more than the OEM one?
 

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Then I`d give it a shot, But your not 100% thats the issue though right?
 

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I've got the same CAI as you.. But I've never had a problem with mine..

Do you clean it regularly? Or at all?

The only thing I can see maybe being a problem

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BTW.. What filter do you have on your CAI... K&N?

The one that came with the roush kit. just a plane white cotton one. and yea i know i need a programmer with tunes but with the new exhaust i have to wait awhile
 

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