Takeda Replacement Air Intake Filters Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Let your Takeda (or other brand intake) take a breath of fresh air with a Takeda Replacement Air Intake Filter. Crafted to deliver maximum performance for Takeda's lineup of sport compact intakes, a fresh Takeda Replacement Air Intake Filter gets the power flow flowing again.
Takeda gives you a choice for replacing your filter. Go for the Pro-Dry S oil-free media-two layers of randomly-porous fabric catch all the engine killing crud. Or get the Pro 5R oiled media with 5 progressively tighter layers of medical-grade cotton gauze. Both filter boast tall, open pleats for increases airflow and optimum performance. And, both feature a tough outer screen to provide strength and prevent damage.
Running a different brand intake? No problem-Takeda Air Intake Filters are sold by size, so just measure your original intake filter, pick the Takeda part that matches those dimensions and let your ride breathe with Takeda power! What's more, your Takeda Replacement Air Intake Filter is backed by a free-breathing Lifetime Warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by sang yup k (BEAVERTON, OR) Reviewed for a 2011 Hyundai Elantra — Apr 30, 2014 8:14 PM
This time, it was fitted with a TAKEDA by removing the AEM you were using before. Intake sound is great and I am glad of early speed is increased further. I have recommended a lot of the peripheral. Masu best recommended
Reviewed by Joe M (STREET, MD) — Feb 11, 2014 7:53 AM
Check engine light was on after I replaced the air filter with an after-market, cheap one. Evidently, the replacement was oiled and had fouled the MAF sensor. Got this one to replace the replacement filter, cleaned the MAF sensor, and light went off immediately. Took it to emissions and passed without a problem!
Reviewed by Douglas A (College Park, MD) Reviewed for a 2009 Honda Civic — Oct 22, 2012 11:03 AM
I actually didn't know the life expectancy of an air filter, until I noticed the rubber cracking through the metal clasps. Just make note of the part number on the filter. Mine faded away.