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K&N Air Filters Part #33-2003 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Philip W (Salem, OR) Reviewed for a 1976 Volkswagen Bus — May 26, 2008 8:59 PM
I have seen an improvement in performance and mileage in my VW bus. Every little bit counts right now especially with fuel cost being what they are! Thanks!
Reviewed by Byron G (Friona, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 — Aug 14, 2006 1:11 PM
I am getting better mileage from my '95 Jag now, 11 yrs later, than it's advertised mileage (21 mpg hwy). I am getting approx 25 mpg hwy. 2 reasons: - #1 - Every oil change (approx. every 5,000 miles) I subsitute 2 quarts of oil with 2 quarts of Lucas Oil Stabilizer. It's like taking your engine to the Spa - it'll love you back for it. - #2 - I put in a K&N air filter. Engine gets more air, cleaner and again, it'll love you back for it by way of gas mileage and possibly a couple extra horses.
Reviewed by Michael W (Westfield, MA) Reviewed for a 1996 Jaguar XJ6 — Feb 27, 2006 5:24 PM
One of my friends was telling me about a K&N replacement filter he had bought for his Toyota truck, saying he picked up an additional 2 MPG. So when I was due for a new filter for my Jaguar XJ6, I bought a K&N. The first thing I noticed was the better engine response. With the old filter, the car felt like it was being held back. You always had to give it a little more gas than you thought it needed to get it moving. Now it feels like there is more of a direct connection between the gas pedal and the car. I didn't notice any increase in intake noise and have already noticed a solid extra mile per gallon in city driving. The mpg's will probably get better after the novelty wears off. At the moment I'm still having fun stepping on the gas and having the big car MOVE!
Reviewed by Jim D (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 1994 Jaguar Vanden Plas — Nov 10, 2005 6:21 PM
I've used K&N Air Filters in every one of my last 3 vehicles. In each case, I immediately notice an increase in power and performance -- well worth the additional cost. Investment is more than recouped by not ever having to replace with inferior throw away filters.
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