Reviewed By john s (SHARPSBURG, GA) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado —1/27/2015 12:01 AM
installed in less than 30 mins. I have noticed a little better MPG though it maybe because of my driving style. I have been taking it easy to compare.
Reviewed By Tim B (Morgan Hill, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Civic —1/26/2015 9:23 AM
For the 8th gen Civic Si (2006-2011) this is the best intake in my opinion. It is high quality, easy to install, and has a C.A.R.B. decal so it is 50 state smog legal. It also has a clever heat shield that incorporates the lower cold air inlet from the stock air box. Very happy with this purchase, I just wish it came in another color that silver.
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Take your ride to new levels of power and performance without breaking the bank when you install K&N performance parts. Whether you add a K&N air filter or a K&N cold air intake, K&N has exactly what it takes to get your engine revving.
When it comes to cold air intake systems, the first brand that comes to any enthusiast’s mind is K&N. K&N not only pioneered the cold air intake industry, they do their best to build the best air intake systems on the market. However, with 4 different air intake kits to choose from, we often get asked which is the best K&N air intake. Lets cover the lineup and let you decide:
Before you pick out an intake, take a minute to check out this quick comparison between aFe and K&N systems.
Ditch your stock intake and notice massive power gains when you upgrade to a performance intake system. With top-performing brands, like AEM and K&N, you’ll have several intake systems to choose from. Here’s the skinny on which intake system is best for your ride.
In the world of epic showdowns, Rocky versus Apollo Creed takes the cake. But, the runner-up title goes to K&N and Spectre in a battle royale for the title of best cold air intake. Which one takes the belt? Read on to find out.
After talking to K&N’s Product Specialist, Scott Holst, at the 2012 SEMA Show, it’s easy to see why the brand has become one of the most recognizable brands in the industry.
Stock air intake systems are designed primarily to eliminate engine noise and are constructed of metal pipes with more twists and turns than a mouse maze. Looking for a way to boost performance and fuel efficiency? Look no further.