- Spectre air filters are designed for your specific year, make and model
- Boost airflow to increase horsepower while filtering harmful particles
- 50-state legal and will not void your vehicle warranty
- Oiled design-Clean and reuse your air filter for years
- Backed by a Lifetime Warranty
A Spectre Air Filter is the first step to a stronger drive. Custom-designed for your specific year, make and model, this air filter boosts horsepower. And, its high-quality construction filters harmful particles better than any paper filter out there.
Each Spectre Air Filter is made from layers of high-quality cotton gauze for better filtration. By introducing cleaner air into your engine, these filters improve combustion to burn fuel more efficiently. And, unlike flimsy paper filters, they're washable and reusable for life.
What's more, Spectre Air Filters are 50-state legal and won't void your vehicle warranty. Plus, Spectre stands behind your performance air filter with a Lifetime Warranty you can't beat. For vital performance gains and prolonged engine life, order your Spectre Air Filter today.
Spectre Air Filter Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by John F (OVERGAARD, AZ) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Liberty — Aug 03, 2017 7:45 AM
After a lot of research between filters I decided on the Spectra air filter for my 2003 Jeep Liberty Renegade. The filter fit like a glove, have not had it in long enough to give more information, but for the price and quality it was a perfect buy for me.
Reviewed by Mo T (Saint Leonard, MD) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-250 — Jun 29, 2017 4:35 AM
I was looking for an upgraded long term filter and wasnt sure since i was unfamiliar with this brand. Very high quality. Fit and finish is perfect. It was so nice my daughter just bought one. Very satisfied and highly recommend.
Reviewed by James M (Peoria, AZ) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-150 — Jun 21, 2017 9:13 PM
first thing I would do for a little more engine power...not much but it helps..and cheapest
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