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Part:   28-50029

AEM 28-50029 DryFlow Air Filter

AEM DryFlow Air Filter
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  • Designed to increase horsepower and throttle response
  • AEM Air Filters are cleanable and reusable for the life of your vehicle
  • Captures up to 99% of harmful contaminants
  • Outstanding performance even in dusty racing conditions
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • Does not require oil
  • Will NOT void vehicle warranty
  • Guaranteed for the life of your vehicle

The AEM 28-50029 fits some Ford Mustang, and Ford Mustang GT models. See vehicle applications for details.
AEM Dryflow Air Filters are washable synthetic air filters designed for an optimum combination of air flow, filtration, and performance. AEM Dryflow filters use an innovative high performance oil-free filtration material that allows easy cleaning, durable service, and excellent filtration. Replacement air filters for street vehicles come with a lifetime limited warranty. Other air filters come with a one year limited warranty.

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Specifications AEM 28-50029 Product Specifications
Air Filter ShapePanel
Filter MaterialNon-woven Synthetic
Height2.281 in (58 mm)
Outside Length11.344 in (288 mm)
Outside Width10.375 in (264 mm)
Package Contents1 Air Filter
Package Quantity1
Product Box Height11.7 in (297 mm)
Product Box Length10.4 in (264 mm)
Product Box Width2.6 in (66 mm)
Product StyleAEM Dryflow Panel Air Filter
Weight1.9 lb (0.9 kg)
Reviews Product Reviews

Larry Griffin from Ponca City, Oklahoma
September 19, 2016 - Part 28-50029
My car is a 2015 Mustang GT and I could not find an air filter for it...so that is why I went online. Am really pleased with it.
Frederick Gilbert from Longview, Texas
August 1, 2015 - Part 28-50029
I install the AEM filter (28-50029) on my 2015 Ford Mustang Ecoboost yesterday. It may be my imagination, but I have noticed definite changes in the performance and all of them are positive. I am a Mechanical Engineer and very observant of equipment condition and operation. Things I noticed: quicker throttle response, not significant, but noticeable. Increased pull off the line and a higher RPM before Torque and Horsepower drop. Before you could feel a drop-off prior to gear shifts. Now it seems to pull all the way to the shift point. I'm going to keep my foot out of it for a tank of fuel and see if there are improvements in the fuel mileage. This may be the only true parameter that I can measure. As I said, it may be my imagination or maybe wishful dreaming, but I believe that the performance has increased.