Agreed. That's what I did, put a new stock filter. But thinking right now...I could have saved $ on my next change if I went with K&N or BMC, since they reusable and only cost like $10-15 more than OEM filters [:M74] Well, maybe next time I'll get one of those.Originally posted by setxninja
Someone told me not to go with an aftermarket filter, that the stock one was more than enough and you'd see no difference with an aftermarket one.
You saw a difference? Was it on a dyno, seat of the pants, or in your head difference?Originally posted by Neversatisfied02
I run a BMC. It is better than K&N cause on the 636's, it is common for the edges of the K&N to dry up and crack but the BMC has no problem like this and the BMC flows better.
And yes you will see a difference. I saw a difference when i swapped my stock filter out for the BMC.