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K&N Air Filters Part #33-2177-1 Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dennis W (Johnstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2000 Mazda MPV — May 26, 2008 6:33 AM
After a annoying install on my Mazda Mpv the filter does what it says it will do. I felt a difference in power and hopefully this will increase fuel mileage, very happy with product. Auto anything has THE BEST PRICE ON k&n filters.
Reviewed by JAMIE X (Eau Claire, WI) Reviewed for a 2001 Mazda MPV — Apr 26, 2008 9:17 AM
Great product over the stock one. I haven't gone through a tank of gas since I purchased it so I don't know what kind of gas mileage I'm going to get. The installation was easy as I have some knowledge of intakes. I didn't have to use the steps that were given to install. I just opened up the intake air box enough to get the stock filter out and than the K&N one in. It took 5 minutes vs probably 30-45 minutes with the step by step install. Great product and would highly recommend to anyone especially for it's price.
Reviewed by Romy A (Richmond, BC) Reviewed for a 2002 Mazda MPV — Aug 02, 2007 10:13 PM
it was time for me to replace the air filter for our family van, since my MK3 Jetta have one installed, and was very happy with the result, I thought I put one in for the MPV as well. The cost for the OEM filter is not much of a difference and having the K&N filter will not only save us money but also made the MPV perform better. Notice a big difference when after installing it. I highly recommend it. Romy
Reviewed by JEFF Y (La Plata, MD) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda Accord — Oct 12, 2006 7:38 AM
I've used these before and have been very happy with the performance increase. I installed one on my 2004 Accord V6 and one on my wife's 2002 Mazda MPV V6. For me, I noticed the biggest improvement in passing power - from 50 to 70 mph. It's probably the easiest and least expensive performance upgrade you can make.
Reviewed by Dennis G (Kennesaw, GA) Reviewed for a 2002 Mazda MPV — May 25, 2006 6:31 AM
Downside - No improvement in fuel economy, and the factory oil on the gauze was heavy enough to foul the MAS sensor and cause rough idling after a 1.5 weeks of use. Engine growl is a bit louder under acceleration. Upside - Too soon to tell, presumably once the excess oil has been absorbed by dust, things will improve. Meanwhile plan to clean your MAS sensor if you use this product.
Reviewed by Tejaswy R (Bloomington, IL) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda MPV — Nov 11, 2005 12:50 PM
Our Mazda MPV crossed 30K mark last month and it was time to change the air-filter. Several people over at MPVClub.com recommended K&N. I always thought all air-filters were the same - I mean, how diff can they BE? Well, K&N sure showed. Immediatley after installing it I could feel an improvement in the throttle response and the engine roar sounded more wholesome (for lack of a better word). Had it for a couple of weeks now and can say that van sounds better, responds faster and even seems to save a bit of gas (can't be sure unless I go for a long trip). Over all, it is definitely worth the extra $$, and hey, it can be used for the life of the vehicle - so I guess it actually works out cheaper in the end. Just remember to clean and oil it as per K&N's recommendations.