Skwerlee· Hero Member
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
well the subject pretty much says it all. My OEM filter is in need of replacement and I'm curious to see if there's really much performance benefit to justify spending more than 2x as much to spring for the K&N. I know in the long run the K&N is cheaper since it doesn't need replacement...the thing is i just don't really care too much for cleaning and re-oiling filters.