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2000 Jeep Cherokee Ram Air Intakes

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K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (50-State Legal) Reviews


Too Tall!

Reviewed By Kevin B (KIRKLAND, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee —5/28/2013 10:13 AM

Once installed, the raised letters where hitting my hood. I had to cut off the letters which ruined the look, all the pics show the letter are sunk in, not raised. Seems to work OK, did not notice much difference in performance, sounds better at WOT. Next installed a Cat-back exhaust, sounds better and runs better. Finally added a larger throttle body, now with all three, much better response and performance.

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Decent...

Reviewed By KIRK N (New Richmond, WI) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee —12/28/2009 9:19 PM

Seems to work like it should and looks nice, but I had to do a little trimming of the rubber boot to get it to sit low enough. Also the chrome piece has a mounting bracket on it that is supposed to bolt to the heat shroud. I could not get this to line up for the life of me. This is why I initially trimmed down the rubber elbow. I ended up having to make an extension for the bracket. It is mounted nice and tight with no rattles now though. Overall a decent product. It looks good, works good and I can hear it sucking air!!

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2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport, 4.0

Reviewed By Robert P (Orinda, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee —3/6/2008 9:35 AM

Easy installation, fits perfect. Feel a bit more power, too soon to see effects on MPG. Dry filter does not yet have CA. smog clearance, but AFE says it will come by August and they will sent the sticker. The oiled filters have their clearance already. I ordered Just the dry filter for my 92 Dodge diesel and will build my own piping and enclosure. The oiled filters have a better air flow, but the dry ones have double that of the stock set-up and require very little maintenance. the Jeep always had plenty of power, my main reason for going with this was to improve MPG. My Saturn (that was converted years ago) gets about 3 mpg more than stock, and has much better response. bob

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