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Not sure if they will fit for the skyactiv. However, I have the JBR dry flow in my fiancee's car and its been great. Really well made and haven't had any problems with it. Everything JBR sells is really high quality, I highly recommend it.

JBR SKYACTIV Dry Flow OEM Panel Filter
 

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I don't believe those brands make a filter for the SKYACTIV 2.0... I know K&N & JBR's are for sure. You gotta remember there's the regular 2.0 and the SKY 2.0 and they are different.
 

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I called AFE yesterday, they are going to check with their technicians and get back to me hopefully today..
Otherwise i will go with JBR
 

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these replacement filters are good in the sense that they are washable / reuseable. The dry filters are better as there would be no oil from filters such as K&N to mess up the MAF sensor.
 

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these replacement filters are good in the sense that they are washable / reuseable. The dry filters are better as there would be no oil from filters such as K&N to mess up the MAF sensor.
Had K&N filters and intakes on many vehicles including my SUBBIE and never had a problem with oil on the sensor... it's usally people that clean their filter and PUT TOO MUCH oil when re-oiling the filter.
 

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ordered JBR skyactiv filter. I will be getting it with in couple of days..
 
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