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|Rectangular Air Filter
This filter features 5-layers of progressive media to provide maximum flow with excellent filtration. The progressive layering of media allows the filter to flow at high levels even when dirty. The PRO 5R oiled synthetic air filter allows for the maximum air flow possible.aFe performance air filters use a rounded, evenly spaced pleat design which produces more usable filter surface area for increased flow and greater dust holding capacity. The pliable sealing surface conforms to even the most uneven filter housing. This design eliminates the use of gaskets or sealants. The soft urethane construction always goes back to its original form so you will never compress the bump seal. This makes for a perfect filter fit and sealing surface every time.aFe Power performance air filters are constructed using full 360 degree urethane frames. This construction allows for a proper OE style fit with excellent filter strength.
- Up to 13% increase in flow
- 100% polyurethane frame on all sides for extra long filter life with a progressive bump seal design for a perfect fit
- Washable and reusable for multiple cleaning cycles
- PRO 5R factory-oiled media for maximum performance
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