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Old 02-26-2013, 07:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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lose the kn filter drop back in stock mopar air filter problem will go away do it quick b4 you are forced to buy a mass air flow sensor etc, then void you warranty to say the least that kn isn't gonna do shit for your car besides confuse the computer and ruin your MAF sensor with the ioil sprayed on it even at the factory... my 5.7 has no lag at all stock you are confusing your computer with way more air than needed

I though the oiled filter damaging the MAF topic was a myth that had been debunked? I could see this as being absolute if one saturates the filter with oil during the recharging process.

I willl however reinstall the OEM filter and mash on it once again to see if the lag disappears.

Thanks for the advise and I will report back with results.

I'm still curious to hear back from those that have installed a CAI style filter and if they are experiencing any lag in acceleration with the 5.7 HEMI?

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I though the oiled filter damaging the MAF topic was a myth that had been debunked? I could see this as being absolute if one saturates the filter with oil during the recharging process.

I willl however reinstall the OEM filter and mash on it once again to see if the lag disappears.

Thanks for the advise and I will report back with results.

I'm still curious to hear back from those that have installed a CAI style filter and if they are experiencing any lag in acceleration with the 5.7 HEMI?
Oil on the MAF sensor could be the problem, but, not for any of us. There are no MAF sensors in our cars. The problem your having is more likely the learned driving habit. To clear it, you can disconnect the battery for 15 to 20 minutes or pull out the appropriate fuse, I can't remember which one(s) though.
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I'm wondering if JOHNNYRENO meant IAT Sensor?

Anyhow If I reset the ECU do I drive it like I stole it for a while so it learns my more aggressive driving habbits?
I've actually had the K&N drop in filter since I got the car back in 2011. I would of thought the ECU would have adjusted to the additional air flow by now. LOL

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You'll have to drive it aggressive most of the time to keep it more responsive. What I found when I had the Charger was that I couldn't just floor the gas pedal, I'd have to go only half way for it to react. I had the same situation, I usually drive pretty sedated so the computer was always napping. The PCM does adjust for minor changes but literally, there is no increase of air with just a filter.
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I though the oiled filter damaging the MAF topic was a myth that had been debunked? I could see this as being absolute if one saturates the filter with oil during the recharging process.

I willl however reinstall the OEM filter and mash on it once again to see if the lag disappears.

Thanks for the advise and I will report back with results.

I'm still curious to hear back from those that have installed a CAI style filter and if they are experiencing any lag in acceleration with the 5.7 HEMI?
ummm well this is what they do have ok so it has a different title buy by the time this gets smoked you then have further problems down the line may be a week or a couple months but they will happen that's FO SHEEZYY. Mopar Performance HEMI OEM IAT Sensor 4606487AB | shopHEMI.com
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BTW, this is not posted for advertisemaent only illustration you cant help your car with a simple snake oil air filter cmon dudes
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I have the K&N drop in filter. Yes there is oil on the element, but not enough to come off and get sucked into the engine. K&N is not the only company that has oil filters, if there were an issue with the oil it would have been addressed or removed a long time ago. When I had my 98 Camaro SS, a regular Fram filter out flowed the K&N but I'd go for the better filter myself.
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