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Old 08-02-2014, 02:17 PM   #1
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JLT CAI need oil?

Does this CAI need to be oiled? Just installed, kit didn't come with oil. Thanks!
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What sort of filter is on it? What do the directions say?
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Did you touch the filter and see if its pre-oiled, haha?
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Directions said nothing about oiling, consisted of just installation guidelines. No, doesn't feel oily whatsoever.
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Well you can order them with a blue or red oiled filter or a dry one. All depends on what you ordered.
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There wasn't a choice on the AM site, but it came with a red one.
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It's oiled then.

Buy the "S&B" kit to re oil,
Do not use k&n oil.

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