Originally Posted by Fluffy
then can you explain why there was absolutly no differance with a stock fram filter, and a K&N filter but with a cold air it made a differance in the response? And are you an expert or a certified tech of some sort?
(1) Because the K&N isn't supposed to gain you anything. It's an expensive vanity air filter. It's only benefit is that it is reusable... saving you from having to spend all of $5 once a year on a normal filter. Incorrect use by over oiling ruins your intake and sensors.
(2) Because it didn't
make a difference in response. You just think it did. The human mind will feel that difference because it expects that difference. The same way people pour a bottle of octane boost in the tank, start the engine, and feel an immediate gain in power. It's all in your head.
(3) No I'm not certified in anything related to this. But people who are have proven what I'm saying.