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Product Description

Premium Guard Air Filters are engineered to meet, or exceed, OEM air filter requirements of up to 12,000 miles of engine protection. Premium Guard Air Filters provide up to 99% filtration efficiency to ensure optimal engine performance.

See what it fits:

  • 2008-2010 Dodge Viper 8.4L
  • 2015-2017 Dodge Viper 8.4L
  • 2004-2011 Mazda RX-8 1.3L
  • 2013-2014 SRT Viper 8.4L
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Premium Guard automotive air filters are tested to the highest standards, ensuring optimal performance from both the air filter and your vehicle's engine. Our stringent testing practices address three factors that affect overall filter performance: efficiency, restriction of airflow, and dust-holding capacity. Delivering high efficiency and high capacity, our engine air filters maximize airflow through the filter into the engine, resulting in cleaner air and longer air filter life. Enjoy maximum engine protection and operation with Premium Guard air filters.

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Common Indicators It’s Time to Replace Your Engine Air Filter

  1. Engine Light Comes On: Many cars are equipped with an airflow sensor that sets off the check engine light.
  2. Visual Inspection: Premium Guard automotive air filters are white so you can see if they're dirty. Check the outside and inner layers of the filter paper for dust and debris.
  3. Reduced Fuel Economy: When engines get less oxygen, they consume more fuel. If you notice fuel economy going down, you may need to replace the air filter.
  4. Engine Misfiring: Restricted air supply results in unburnt fuel exiting the engine as soot residue. Soot accumulates on the spark plugs, which can cause the engine to misfire.
  5. Reduced Horsepower: Replacing the air filter can improve acceleration or horsepower. If your car doesn’t respond well or jerks when you step on the accelerator, the engine may not be receiving the air it needs to perform.
  6. Black Sooty Smoke or Flames: Poor air supply can result in fuel not burning completely during the combustion cycle. Unburnt fuel exits the car through the exhaust pipe, possibly resulting in smoke or flames.

*Certain conditions can impact the life of the air filter. Possible causes of more frequent replacement include:

  • Driving conditions
  • Dusty roads
  • Humid climates
  • Congested roads and heavy-traffic areas

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