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Time for a new air filter?

Ive got a 2005 LS with about 70000 miles.

Time for a new filter?

Ive got a stock air box,
should I get a K&N filter?

[Some info on K&N filters would be appreciated too]

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I would say it's time to replace it. If the stock filter gave you 70K miles with good service, why spend the money for anything extra?

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I would say it's time to replace it. If the stock filter gave you 70K miles with good service, why spend the money for anything extra?

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Well I got the car when it had 22000 on it, so, roughly 50000 miles.
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IMO just get a regular filter and save for a real intake..



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Get a cold air intake
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Get a cold air intake
I figured I'd be getting this answer.

Haha that wasnt really part of the question.

Expected though.




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I would say it's time to replace it. If the stock filter gave you 70K miles with good service, why spend the money for anything extra?

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IMO just get a regular filter and save for a real intake..
Alrighty, what I needed to hear, thanks guys!
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