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I'll have to check that out. I usually just do the measure method and find the biggest K&N air filter I can stick in my airbox. LOL
 

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I've never been in favor of any K&N filter especially the simple drop in ones. Rarely will any significant improvement in mpg or hp be realized. What you will see is an increase in dirt allowed through. I used them years ago but oil analysis proved considerably more dirt ended up in my engine. I live where fine dust is a major issue so K&N is out.
 

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dallar said:
In case anyone's looking for one, there is a "free flow" air filter available from Mopar. Purchased one a month ago -- mileage increased .5 mpg with some power increase based upon seat of the pants method.

http://www.wyckoffchryslerparts.com/docapeairfi.html
Do a 0-60 timing test with and without the filter. Put back in the origional filter, do a test, and put the new filter in. That would give you some idea. Post the results. I ordered one and have it ready when they ship my car
 
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