K&N 57 Series FIPK Air Intake (Fuel Injection Performance Kit)
This is the original and most popular K&N cold air intake kit. Custom engineered with a cooler-running crosslink nylon intake tube and topped with the famous K&N Filtercharger cone filter, the K&N FIPK is 50-state street legal thanks to a built-in mass air flow sensor bung.
Before an FIPK gets its CARB approval and street-legal status, it starts life as a K&N 63 Series air intake. Boasting the latest designs to hit the street, this intake kit is guaranteed to satisfy the outlaw in you.
Designed to take the road by storm, the K&N Typhoon is built for the sport compact crowd. Crafted in your choice of short ram, cold air, or convertible short ram/cold air intake designs, K&N also lets you choose from polished, red, silver or blue metal intake tubes.
This K&N 77 Series cold air intake is made specifically for tucks and SUVs. Crafted with a polished metal intake tube and topped with the legendary K&N cone filter, this intake kit delivers massive power and looks great under your hood.
Selecting the Most Powerful K&N Air Intake Kit to Boost Performance
There you have it, 4 of the most powerful air intake kits on the market, all made by the legendary K&N. Wildly popular with drivers around the world, just one look at the thousands of K&N intake reviews tells the tale. And, according to some throttle body spacer reviews out there, coupling one of these with your K&N kit produces even more free-flowing power. So, go for a K&N kit, let that engine breathe and hang on tight for the white-knuckle ride no matter what you drive!
Reviewed by Wendy S (Petaluma, CA Reviewed for a 2000 BMW 323i—2007-07-10 07:15:25
The K&N FIPK Cold Air Intake, was a snap to install.It is a clean assembly that added to my car. I then added a High flow exhaust & had the Dinan Stage 2 Engine and transmision software downloaded. My car really came alive!!!! This combination added almost 30 Horsepower & Torque.Thank YouDoug
Can you tell me the difference between the K&N 63 cai,
and the K&n 77 cai.
Answered by Michael K. — 1/30/2012 11:06:49 AM
Hey Richard, basically, the 77 Series has an aluminum intake tube, and the 63 Series uses a crosslink nylon intake tube. The metal tube looks great under the hood; however, some enthusiasts feel that the nylon tube stays cooler.
Will this void warranty on my pickup? I really want the intake, but warranty comes over everything else
Answered by Michael K. — 6/19/2012 5:45:54 PM
Hey Ben, 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. You can check it out in full by clicking in the box to the right of the product features, entitled "ADD PERFORMANCE AND POWER WITH CONFIDENCE."