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BBK vs. K&N: Which Cold Air Intake Performs & Sounds the Best?

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K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit) K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems BBK Power-Plus Cold Air Intake Systems

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Ease of Installation

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Appearance

4.50 Average Customer Rating

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4.0 4.5 4.5 4.5
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4.0 4.5 4.5 4.5
4.50 Average Customer Rating

(979)

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4.50 Average Customer Rating

(85)

4.5 4.5 4.5 5.0

Available Colors



Black Blue Polished Red Silver Textured Black Wrinkle Red

Filter Type

Oiled


Oiled


Oiled


Oiled


Material

Crosslink Nylon


Crosslink Nylon


Aluminum


Aluminum


Style

Short Ram Intake


Short Ram Intake


Cold Air Intake


Short Ram Intake


Cold Air Intake


Short Ram Intake


Warranty

10-year/100,000-mile warranty


10-year/100,000-mile warranty


10-year/100,000-mile warranty


1-year warranty


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BBK & K&N Customer Reviews

BBK Power-Plus for my C4 Vette

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Reviewed by Michael N (Mesa, AZ Reviewed for a 1994 Chevy Corvette—2012-07-28 13:38:33

I am so glad I installed the 52mm BBK Power-Plus T.B. on my 1994 LT1 Corvette. Quicker throttle response,while sucking in more air for more power. An asset with the rest of my uprades. I did'nt know my car was this fast. Thanks BBK.

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K & N Intake Kit

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Reviewed by Bruce M (Kansas City, MO Reviewed for a 2003 BMW 330i—2008-01-28 20:35:23

All parts appear well-made. If installed per instrx, the heat-shield will cut into the top radiator hose. Shimming the forward heat-shield mounting hole with 3/8 inch thickness of washers gives 1/4 inch clearance between heat-shield and top radiator hose. Other than that everything fit perfectly. Intake noise is no louder than stock; just a deeper, less strangled tone. Seat of the pants says noticeable power increase; especially on the big end while approaching red-line. This is the best bang for the buck on a BMW 330i motor.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Anonymous A.

6/29/2012 5:21:35 PM

Hey question

What’s the difference in the 56mm and the 61mm BBK Power-Plus Throttle Bodies for a 1994 f150 5.0 is there a certain one I’m supposed to get? I got headers and a cold air intake and sum msd ignition parts but that’s it I don’t have a chip or the computer redone.

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/29/2012 5:57:19 PM

Hello. They are both Twin Bore and offer the same horsepower ratings. The 56MM will be better for fuel economy, and you will lose some torque with the 61MM.

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Asked by Anonymous A.

6/7/2012 12:27:20 PM

Messy Oil?

Question About a 2011 Camaro SS. 6.2L. Question on the K&N Typhoon 69 cold intake. Can this cold air unit be used without using the oil? I've heard that there have been numerous complaints about the oil being sucked into the engine and gumming things up...such as the mass air flow sensor!

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/8/2012 12:51:03 PM

Hello. All K&N products use the oil but these are very effective. The only way to cause this issue is to over-oil when cleaning is being done. We do sell dry systems from other brands. Thank you.

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