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Tommy

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So if you don't have the tools or you've never cut open a filter before. STP is good. FRAM is something you should avoid. K&N is great. Bosch is equal to K&N. Now I said what I said cause I bought multiple of each. After going 3k miles on a FRAM filter. The filter material was few and well dissolved. Hence why it's bad. STP has less filter material which means less filtering action, but it wasn't missing any pieces after 3k miles. K&N and Bosch has about the same amount of filter material and the end result was about the same. The only difference is the little hex on the K&N filter. I guess it can make it easier to remove, but if it's on that tight. You already made a rookie mistake and need to make sure you didn't strip anything.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Kia Forte Koup SX

So if you don't have the tools or you've never cut open a filter before. STP is good. FRAM is something you should avoid. K&N is great. Bosch is equal to K&N. Now I said what I said cause I bought multiple of each. After going 3k miles on a FRAM filter. The filter material was few and well dissolved. Hence why it's bad. STP has less filter material which means less filtering action, but it wasn't missing any pieces after 3k miles. K&N and Bosch has about the same amount of filter material and the end result was about the same. The only difference is the little hex on the K&N filter. I guess it can make it easier to remove, but if it's on that tight. You already made a rookie mistake and need to make sure you didn't strip anything.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Kia Forte Koup SX