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K&N Air Filters Reviews


in cabin K&N air filter

Reviewed By emanuel c (Bensenville, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 —4/18/2016 9:32 PM

Very easy installation, it is quite a difference between this filter vs the oem, in the way it looks,over performance it is a clear difference also, since i gained more torque that i m sure cause it really feels pulling better. Economy it is improved on the Hyghway i drove from Chicago to Detroit area and back and on computer it showed an increase of 1.7 miles per gallon. Very pleased with this filter, i recommend this if there is no CAI system made for your car model, i own a 1.4T Renegade

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aFe MagnumFLOW IAF PRO DRY S Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters Reviews


Nice alternative to oiled Cobb SRI filter for Mazda Speed3

Reviewed By Jose S (Bartlesville, OK) Reviewed for a 2013 Mazda 3 —9/9/2013 8:20 PM

I purchased this filter to replace the oiled filter that came with my Cobb short ram intake. It fits perfectly and is extremely easy to clean with no oil mess. Completely satisfied with my purchase.

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Injen Replacement Air Intake Filters Reviews


Bad Placement in 06 Mazda 3 - 2.3L

Reviewed By Brad G (Beaverton, OR) Reviewed for a 2006 Mazda 3 —3/3/2010 5:20 AM

This is a high quality intake. It provides a deeper tone out of your ride and a performance increase you can feel immediately! In my ride, I have this intake, stock headers and a cat-back Borla exhaust system. It sounds deep and throaty at those mid-high-range RPMs, it rumbles deep and low cruising at 3,000RPMs, and at 7,000RPMs right before the shift, you'd think your in a Ferrari. It definitely impresses those who think a 2.3L has to sound like a "ricer". Only trouble is the placement of the Injen cold air intake (at least on my Mazda 3) is a pain in the neck. To install a new filter, I have to remove my drivers side tire, undo about 10 screws and bend/snap apart the hard plastic to get access to the old filter, giving me about a 4 inch space to maneuver the old intake off the pipe and put the clean one in. Consider an intake that sits just below your hood if you live in a rainy place. I have to replace it every couple months here in the rainy Northwest. Great intake though, highly recommended. A++++++++

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