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K&N Air Filters Part #33-2047 Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Carlos B (Wichita, KS) Reviewed for a 1992 Honda Civic — Apr 12, 2017 5:42 PM
I noticed better gas mileage. Regular paper air filter would use half of my gas tank in one week. K&N use half the gas tank in one and half weeks. Also noticed better throttle response. In the long run it could be worth it, amount of gas you save and better throttle response.
Reviewed by Rene' R (Miramar, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Corolla — Apr 23, 2014 1:52 PM
I bought filters for both my cars (95 civic and 2011 corolla) and I must say that there is an improvement in acceleration and throttle response. Haven't noticed any fuel savings yet as I just bought them. RLR.
Reviewed by Miguel S (Hialeah, FL) Reviewed for a 1995 Honda Civic — Jul 01, 2013 11:11 AM
Easy to install and easy buy compared to spending about $15-$20 more from a auto store. I tried putting a pod/cone filter on my car but it raised my temp and made me fell slower. With the K&N filter it kept my temp lower and gave me a quicker response.
Reviewed by JERRY H (TARENTUM, PA) Reviewed for a 1995 Honda Civic — Jan 03, 2013 11:39 PM
This is my 3rd K&N Air Filter and they are quality Air Filters. They make a couple miles different in mileage and the car run better at higher rpm. Less strained
Reviewed by John S (La Puente, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Honda Del Sol — Apr 13, 2010 11:48 AM
Its aquich install & youa re set for 40-50k miles. Ive used & cleaned them in the past & it takes about 15 minutes to clean. only have to do it 4-5 times for the life of your motor.
Reviewed by Vernon L (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 1995 Honda Del Sol — Mar 16, 2009 7:32 AM
To early to tell.As I already get 46 mpg @60 mph,I don't expect much,if any improvement there.(A 2 mpg increase hiway would be great.)I hope for about the same increase on local driving (27 mpg +2 mpg increase)I do like the fact that there is very little increase in under the hood noise. As I said ,time will tell.Suggest you wait until old filter is dirty & ready to replace.Then if you don't get the improvements they claim you wont be as unhappy.
Reviewed by Justin S (Ashburn, VA) Reviewed for a 1997 Honda Del Sol — Dec 23, 2008 3:40 AM
I put K&N air filters on all my cars. My newest addition is to my 97 Del Sol that I bought used with a filthy paper air filter. The car seemed very slugish untill I put on the K&N. This filter probably does not give the estimated HP and Fuel Economy savings it claims but I have noticed better throttle response and quicker acceleration every time and will continue to use K&N filters. Autoanything shipped quickly and I will continue to use this site. Thanks
Reviewed by Wilson G (Bowie, MD) — Oct 29, 2008 7:34 PM
I have not noticed any change in gas milage. The engine does seem to be running smoother. I'll give it a month to determine if there is any difference. It is hard to determine any change in gas mileage since the weather cooled a day or two after I installed the filter. I'll keep tracking the results.
Reviewed by Gregory G (Aurora, CO) Reviewed for a 1992 Honda Civic — Sep 13, 2008 9:57 AM
I purchased a K&N air filter for my 1992 Honda Civic VX to replace the standard disposable filter (the VX was Honda's fuel efficient version of the Civic). I did not want to throw away any more filters, which will just end up in landfills. In addition, information I had gleaned from various "fuel economy" websites indicated that K&N's claims of increased mpg and power were true. After installing the filter, I did notice that the engine ran better, with a noticeable increase in power (the VX is tuned for fuel economy, and only gets 92 hp). My first gas fill up after installing the filter produced nearly 50 mpg-the best fuel economy I have measured in the 12 years I have owned the car. The previous best was 47 mpg. In summary, I do believe it worthwhile to replace the old paper air filter with a K&N; they are expensive ($40.95 in my case), but with the price of gas so high, the return in better fuel economy and the elimination of disposable filters will make up for that in short order.
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