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So I have recently fount out the factory intake filters for the 11th gens 2.0L are the same filters for the 10th gens 2.0L. This means that any aftermarket drop in filters (AFE, K&N, AEM, Etc.) for the 10th gens 2.0L will fit the 11th 2.0L

Here is my ‘22 sport hatch with a new AFE Power Pro Dry S filter installed, Enjoy!

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They are not the same for the 1.5T.
I believe that honda has a different part number for the 10th 1.5T and the 11th 1.5T but I was under the impression they are the same shape like then 2.0L. But either way I edited the post to reflect only the 2.0L filters which I have personally confirmed, thanks for pointing that out 🤙🏼
 

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i can get better fuel efficiency? i need one now lol
I saw about a 1.4 MPG jump on my 2.0L sport. I went with this filter option for the slight gain, and the ability to wash and reuse vs. stock. I drive my car 100 miles per day and just wanted to improve my stock set up (will not be off to the dyno with my new filter haha)
 

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any difference between this one and k&n?
I just prefer AFE over K&N. I don’t think K&N makes a dry filter, all of theirs are oiled. I have always heard the oil can pass by an clog up the mass air flow sensor. That is why I chose to go with the AFE Power Dry S filter. I just wanted a wash and reuse filter.
 

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So I have recently fount out the factory intake filters for the 11th gens 2.0L are the same filters for the 10th gens 2.0L. This means that any aftermarket drop in filters (AFE, K&N, AEM, Etc.) for the 10th gens 2.0L will fit the 11th 2.0L

Here is my ‘22 sport hatch with a new AFE Power Pro Dry S filter installed, Enjoy!

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Thanks for this post! I need to replace the filter that came with my car already and I wasn’t sure if people actually used the reusable ones 😂
 

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I really want a cone filter for my Si. I just love the way that looks. I don't even care about the performance or mpg boost. I just want it to look nicer when I open the hood. Lol.
 

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I really want a cone filter for my Si. I just love the way that looks. I don't even care about the performance or mpg boost. I just want it to look nicer when I open the hood. Lol.
Though you are not wrong about looks, a cone filter under the hood would suffer from heat soak so bad, it wouldn’t be worth it hahaha
 
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