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- Part #:77-9032-1KP
- Estimated Horsepower Gain: 8.99 HP @ 4717 RPM
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- Includes K&N filter # RU-5045
- Compatible with filter wrap # RU-5045DK (not included)
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K&N 77 Series Metal Intake Kit Part #77-9032-1KP Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jeff F (Pace, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jun 11, 2011 9:32 AM
Installed on my o7 Tundra Limited. Sounds awesome. Improved MPG by 0.03mpg. Being a conservative driver, I did stand on it a little harder to start, just to hear how cool I now am. But, now I am back to my normal conservative driving style. There was no increase in MPG. I used both the Toyota Value and also calculated by miles/gallons over 5 fillups. Disappointed in no increase in MPG. Happy with the sounds and appearance. Fisch
Reviewed by Benjamin D (Mundelein, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jan 05, 2011 10:24 PM
As with any do it yourself project, this took longer than expected, but wasn't hard. I installed one in my G8 last winter and that was much more difficult. The biggest problem is understanding what your looking for in the photos compared to the description(smallish black and white pictures with arrows that don't seem to point at exactly what you are looking for). Once in though, the new intake gives the 4.7 V8 the sound of the 5.7 and I can feel more punch off the line. The fuel economy numbers are unchanged so far(14.8, yikes), but right after install we got snow and with the wimpy Hankook A/S tires I've spent a lot of time with the 4WD engaged. Imagine the mpg numbers without the intake, 12-13 maybe. Snow has melted away now though, so I am expecting mpg to be at least 16. If so, with gas at $3.00/gal.(currently $3.20 where I live) the K&N will pay for itself in 20000 miles. Depending on how much you drive, that's a little over a year, and if gas prices keep climbing, it'll be sooner.