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aFe Power Performance Air Filter 30-10315Shop All aFe Power
Part # 30-10315
SKU # 1125401
Price Not Available
Estimated delivery Mar. 4
This filter features three layers of oil-free synthetic media and requires no oil during maintenance to provide maximum convenience. Its progressive layering provides great filtration efficiency and dust holding capacity. This media is best suited for street use. Pro DRY S filters are easily recharged with aFe's POWER CLEANER. Click here for more information about our filter media. aFe POWER performance air filters use a rounded, evenly spaced pleat design which allows for more usable filter surface area, providing increased flow and greater dust holding capacity. This pliable sealing surface conforms to even the most uneven filter housing, making for a perfect filter fit and sealing surface every time. This design eliminates the use of gaskets or sealants and always goes back to its original form. All aFe POWER flat panel performance air filters are constructed with a full 360-degree polyurethane frame. Unlike other materials that degrade after repeated heat cycles in an engine bay, polyurethane maintains its original molded shape.
- Washable and Reusable for Multiple Cleaning Cycles
- Pro 5R Filter Media Features Five Layers of Progressive Oiled Cotton Gauze for Maximum Performance
- Deep, Open Pleats Allow for Increased Surface Area, Flow, and Dust Holding Capacity
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