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K&N Air Filter - Is it worth the money?

I current have a basic $12 air filter in my 2007 Jeep Wrangler. In June, I am going on a 3500 mile road trip and want the best gas mileage possible. I am considering buying a K&N filter for that reason, which cost around $50+.

Any thoughts/experiences on these air filters? Does it really matter?

Thank You in advance.

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Save your money,keep it stock

Posted on May 04, 2010

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