K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems Customer Reviews
1207 Customer Reviews
Sound the warnings and head for higher ground: the K&N Typhoon Air Intake is here to add gale-force power to your sport compact. By simply replacing the restrictive stock air system, this Typhoon rushes up to an extra 15hp straight to your accelerator.
The K&N Typhoon Air Intake gives you this power in one of three wicked setups: short ram, cold air, or a complete cold air design that lets you choose between short ram or cold air. And, most models come with a choice of hot finishes in Blue, Red, Silver or Polished.
K&N makes installation easy. Grab a few tools, the detailed instructions and the quality hardware, and you’ll be driving with authority in less than an hour and a half. In addition to the powerful Xstream Air Filter that’s washable and reusable, your K&N Typhoon Air Intake comes with a Million Mile Limited Warranty. So go ahead—order today, and make your engine the eye of the performance storm.
Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts. Details
1207 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by carin h (PRINEVILLE, OR) Reviewed for a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse — Wednesday at 8:19 PM
I have been wanting a cold air intake for a couple of years now and could never settle on one. I found this one and decided to take the chance with it and I am super glad I did. It has an awesome sound when it hits 3000 rpm. It makes the car "get up and go" and I absolutely love it. Definitely with the money ??????
Reviewed by Tan C (Marana, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Maxima — Wednesday at 6:01 AM
After struggling for about closed to an hours and a half, finally i hve it installed onto my maxima 2010. When e CAI kickstart u reali can feel n heard e different from e stock intakes...e onli down side is tat i actual had a decrease for my fuel mileage as now my average fuel consumption is 450 instead of my stock intake i can travel to 480 mph.....Nevertheless i would still strongly recommend tis awesons monster CSI for all e ppl out there....kudos to K&N....
Reviewed by jeremy g (San Luis Obispo, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Accord — Tuesday at 8:54 PM
I had my local mechanic install this intake. It took him about 45 min to install. I first noticed a sucking sound when revving the engine. There is a noticeable throaty sound when pushing the rpm's above 3K. My vehicle has much improved acceleration after installing this intake. Cannot comment on mpg yet. Recommended.
Reviewed by Christopher B (MARIETTA, GA) — Mar 02, 2014 7:26 PM
Noticeable horsepower gain around 3-5 rpms. Definitely a deeper, more throaty sounding acceleration. Saw 2-3 mpg increase the next day. Overall very satisfied with the product. The only trouble was taking the stock parts out. The directions with the package recommend taking off the wheel and wheel variance. I suggest taking off the front bumper, easier access. The actual installation takes maybe 5 minutes.
Reviewed by Paul F (Killeen, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Mar 01, 2014 9:43 AM
I have been using K&N Filters/CAIs and AutoAnything for as long as I can remember. AA will match/beat any price you find on an identical product which is great and a smart business practice as I always try AA first and end up purchasing from them. Great company, great website, selling top notch products. As far as the Typhoon Intake for my 2013 F150 5.0L Coyote. Awesome. Sounds great, looks great, easy install.