Reviewed By Tad S (PLAINFIELD, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline —11/22/2015 1:31 PM
It does what it's supposed to do.
Reviewed By Walter E C (LENOIR CITY, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Challenger —11/22/2015 12:23 PM
These filters are great. For the price of 2 disposable filters you get increased performance and a 50,000 mile service interval; a win-win. As always, AutoAnything delivers a great value.
Decided to ditch your stock air filter and upgrade to a lifetime reusable one? Great! But, now comes the tricky part. When it comes time to decide between K&N and aFe, make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed buying decision.
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After talking to K&N’s Product Specialist, Scott Holst, at the 2012 SEMA Show, it’s easy to see why the brand has become one of the most recognizable brands in the industry.
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Take your ride to new levels of power and performance without breaking the bank when you install K&N performance parts. Whether you add a K&N air filter or a K&N cold air intake, K&N has exactly what it takes to get your engine revving.
Whenever the subject of high performance air filters comes up, the true enthusiast instantly thinks about K&N air filters. Not only did K&N pioneer the performance air filter industry, they’re lauded for building the best air filters money can buy. But, with many different reusable air filters to choose from, we always get asked which is the best K&N air filter. Below, we’ll discuss the K&N lineup and let you decide.
When you want to give your ride a breath of fresh air, you need to set your ride up with a new air filter or intake system. Delivering massive gains in power and efficiency, air filters and intake systems are a quick and easy way to get the results you want. The only hard part will be deciding between top brands, like K&N and FRAM.