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K&N Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters Reviews

Reviewed by Carlos L (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda CR-V — 2012-01-27 10:12:38

i've a customer from K&N SINCE 2002, in all my cars and suv, and definetly is a undeniable choice when you compare with the stock original filter, better gas mileage slighty (1/2" mile to 1 mile) but instead of that the main reason is, not to buy again the restricte stock filter, second, better CFM , which mean better air flow, so your engine breath better, and optimize the air fuel ratio. is good to mention that always clean your MAF SENSOR, and disconnect the negative pole of the car battery , push the brake pedal to discharge the energy of the ECU, of the vehicle, to re-learn the new CFM values, and optimize the vehicle, and more evident if you decide to upgrade to cold intake air.

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Volant HV Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters with Donaldson PowerCore Filtration Technology Reviews

Reviewed by Eric G (Quincy, MA) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — 2008-11-11 08:52:16

Installed in a GMC Sierra 5.3L w/ Volant CAI, that previously had an oil type filter. No change in performance or mpg noticed, but I don't think thats the purpose of this filter. If it really does go 100K miles then I think it is a toss up honestly. At $90 for the PowerCore that is about (4) oil type filter cleaner/recharge kits @ $20/ea. Each recharge kit is good for about (4) uses, so at 7,500 miles between recharges thats 30K per kit and 120K over the (4) recharge kits. So basically all that is saved is the time and effort every 7,500 miles to recharge the oil type. Like I said, a toss up.

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