K&N Cone Filter

Bernie Benz b.benz at charter.net
Tue May 20 22:32:56 EDT 2003

You're sounding like a real believer, but I'm a skeptic about your true zeal
in upholding the principles of "DFI if IAB".

IMO, any of those "filter alternatives" are no better, no worse than the
Kraut stuff tauted in the recent Orange bashing thread.  All serve to
complete the circuit between oil supply and oil useage points, and little
else, dispite the recent ravings on this list.  (Smoked out a response,
didn't you?)


> From: Phil Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net>
> Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 23:47:35 -0400
> To: BriceW at webtv.net
> Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: Re: K&N Cone Filter
> At 9:23 PM -0500 5/20/03, BriceW at webtv.net wrote:
>> Has anyone tried the K&N oil filter? I was thinking of trying it or the
>> Mobil 1.
> Do you have a fat wallet that just needs some thinning? Why are you
> planning to change the oil filter anyway, is it broke? Next you'll be
> telling us you plan to do regular oil changes! Don't oil it if it
> ain't squeaking! Don't tighten it if it ain't rattling! Just drive
> the sucker! < g >
> But seriously, do you think that those filter alternatives would be
> superior to the widely used oem-type filter (e.g., Mann) costing
> under $3/each? And anyway...how would you (or we) tell the difference?
> Phil
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> Rochester, NY
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