Pro DRY S Filter Media:
This filter features three layers of oil-free synthetic media and requires no oil during maintenance to provide maximum convenience. Its progressive layering provides great filtration efficiency and dust holding capacity, while its inverted top makes for more filter surface area, resulting in longer service intervals. This media is best suited for street and light off-road use. Pro DRY S filters are easily recharged with aFe's POWER CLEANER.
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Rounded Deep Open Pleats:
aFe POWER performance air filters use a rounded, evenly spaced pleat design which allows for more usable filter surface area, providing increased flow and greater dust holding capacity.
100% Polyurethane Base & Top:
This aFe POWER performance air filter is constructed with a polyurethane base and top. Unlike other materials that degrade after repeated heat cycles in an engine bay, polyurethane maintains its original molded shape.
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Year Make Model SubModel Engine Fuel 2017-2018 Ford Escape EcoBoost L4 1.5L Gas 2013-2018 Ford Escape EcoBoost L4 1.6L Gas 2013-2016 Ford Escape EcoBoost L4 2.0L Gas 2012-2018 Ford Focus EcoBoost L3 1.0L (t) Gas 2012-2018 Ford Focus L4 2.0L Gas 2016-2018 Ford Focus RS EcoBoost L4 2.3L (t) Gas 2013-2018 Ford Focus ST EcoBoost L4 2.0L (t) Gas 2014-2017 Ford Transit Connect EcoBoost L4 1.6L Gas 2015-2019 Lincoln MKC EcoBoost L4 2.0L Gas 2015-2019 Lincoln MKC EcoBoost L4 2.3L Gas
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- AFE ProDry S & Snorkel Delete is Stealth Technology
- I wanted a DRY air filter, and was intrigued by the open-end design of the 11-10133 for my 2012 Ford Focus 2.0 (yes, it also fits the 2012). The installation was a piece of cake, and even easier than with an OEM since there's no small tab to line-up. Firing the car up, and going for a drive, the sound is GLORIOUS, but some might consider it LOUD. I'd sometimes put a foam spacer over the open end, depending upon who might be driving the car, but it was still audibly louder than stock and I'd try to avoid WOT given who else was in the car. Then I did the popular "SNORKEL DELETE" (check out focusfanatics.com for dyno charts) and the intake noise was almost gone! In its place was a beautiful, but only slightly audible, sound of performance that we like, even at WOT. There's too much snow around here to see if the car is faster or if throttle response has improved, but I've seen the dyno charts and I've looked at the OEM filter, and I think that the additional port at the end of my Focus' AFE ProDry S will let it flow more (or more easily) air than other high flow filters, and should give instant throttle response, without the worry of oiling the MAF.. I'm not worried about heat soak, either, because, with the snorkel delete, I think that more air is also flowing through the existing intake and around the sides of the filter, and the air filter box opens into a protected area near the front of the car.