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- Part #:77-3044KP
- Estimated Horsepower Gain: 16.46 HP @ 5851 RPM
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- Includes K&N filter # RF-1048
- Compatible with filter wrap # RF-1048DK (not included)
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K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit Part #77-3044KP Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Hector R (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H3 — Jan 07, 2011 6:37 AM
I have not had my intake for long enough to be able to determine fuel consumption but from the times I have driven the car since installation, it seems to have improved. I love the destinct hum coming from the intake during acceleration and installation was a breeze.
Reviewed by Rashawn L (Sicklerville, NJ) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H3 — Dec 11, 2007 8:26 AM
Ferocious, Growls like a Bear from the moment one steps on the pedal, The sound is as nasty as it gets when it comes to accelerating from a stationary position. Words and images cannot really describe the full effect of installing this K&N performance Cold Air Intake. The moment I started the engine after install, the growl was very evident. Mind you I was still in my driveway. All BS aside, the performance in terms of power, quicker acceleration, and higher RPMs before switching into the higher gears will really amaze you. Though the H3 speedometer goes up to 110mph.. at about 90mph, the computer adjust\restricts additional power to the engine. With this K&N CAI, I'm hitting 100mph (Note: In a controlled environment) plus with more power to spare. The actual vehicle traction control light periodically lights up when I get on it!!! I have not really seen the MPG (91 Octane) increase that some have stated but like others, it's soooooooooooooooooooo hard to keep your foot out of it. So in summary, AutoAnything had the best price out there, shipping was very quick, and even there Customer Service Dept\K&N Techs were very helpful in answering an edge Trim question. The K&N CAI picture parts diagram needs to be magnified 2X to distinguish certain bolts\nuts from others. Removing the stock resonator and my previous K&N Air filter was pretty much a breeze. What took the most time was assembling the heat shield and wrapping the rubber edging around the heat shield. All in all, a very simple install, but you must have the stated ratchet tools and the smaller extender to fasten the support arm to your H3 engine. It took me approx. 1.5 hours from beginning to end. The first week of use, I actually saw a decrease in MPG but going into the second week and driving more sensible while predominately highway driving, I am starting to notice a slight increase in mpg, but it is so hard from just getting on it when you see a fellow H3 next to you. If performance is what your looking for, I would s