AEM AE-20993 Dryflow Air Filter

December 3, 2018 - Comment
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AEM Dryflow Air Filters are washable synthetic air filters designed for an optimum combination of air flow, filtration, and performance. AEM Dryflow filters use an innovative high performance oil-free filtration material that allows easy cleaning, durable service, and excellent filtration. Replacement air filters for street vehicles come with a lifetime limited warranty. Other air filters come with a one year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Designed to increase horsepower and throttle response
  • AEM Air Filters are cleanable and guaranteed for the life of your vehicle
  • Captures up to 99% of harmful contaminants
  • Outstanding performance even in dusty racing conditions
  • Manufactured in the USA


Anonymous says:

Had some problems installing at first… I had a lot of trouble with this filter at first and actually was going to return it after buying a plain ol’ Pur-o-lator filter at my local Advance Auto store. I was able to install the Pur-o-lator with only a little bit of trouble so I figured I’d give the AEM another shot even though I hadn’t been able to get the airbox cover on when I had tried previously. It turns out I needed to kind of push in on the bottom of the filter so it would “snap” into the groove running along bottom…

Anonymous says:

Not much of a difference here. To preface, I do every possible thing I can to increase fuel economy in my car (within reason) and was skeptical of the capabilities of this filter before purchase due to a lot of heavy research and speaking to numerous mechanics.That being said, I bought this for my 2014 Focus, and my findings are this…PROS:It being washable, you can just rinse and reinstall, saving the cost of paper filters. Given the CURRENT rate of consumption of my paper filters, I personally,…

Anonymous says:

Quality Product, Perfect Fit! I purchased this item for my 2014 Focus SE. Installation was a breeze, less than 5 minutes! I removed the cover, removed the stock filter element by lifting up on the end (closest to the fender) and it came right out. I put the AEM filter in by sliding it straight down, attached the filter to the air box, pushed on it slightly to ensure it was flush and also to align the end (closest to the fender) so that it rest properly in the groove. Air box cover went back on with no issue. I’ll comment…

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