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- Includes K&N filter # RC-4630XD
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K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems Part #69-1212TS Customer Reviews
23 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Sam M (LONDONDERRY, NH) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Accord — Aug 18, 2017 10:03 PM
Everything about it was perfect but at around 2000rpm there's a whistle/squeal sound. Not saying it's from the intake but ever sense the install it's been happening. The stock airbox might have been hiding it well it's hard to tell. Otherwise I love it. When you give it some gas the engine really starts to roar
Reviewed by Rob S (Elizabeth City, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Accord — Sep 12, 2016 1:17 PM
Reviewed by Tushar P (BARRINGTON, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Accord — Aug 24, 2016 10:47 AM
This filter added some torque and throttle response to the car. It also adds a nice roar when accelerating. It sounds great, although a little harsh at red-line. Installation was OK - it was slightly more complicated than previous filters that I installed on previous cars. I was disappointed that one support bracket did not line up correctly, and the instructions were OK at best.
Reviewed by Jay B (RIVIERA BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Camaro — May 27, 2016 5:29 AM
Another quality product from K&N. One thought would be to have that 90 degree breather fitting be metal and welded right to the intake body. The plastic fitting is cheap and hard to thread into the body. Very happy with the intake. Sounds great, looks great and throttle response is better. Chart states 7hp increase but I didn't notice any real gain. Car sounds and breathes better which is what I wanted.
Reviewed by Richard K (Chehalis, WA) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Apr 28, 2016 9:48 PM
Sounds great when you romp on it, although it gets a little "honky" when the VTEC kicks in. Anyone who claims an increase in MPG is delusional-- any potential increase will be negated by the fact that you need to hammer it once in awhile to hear that great sound at WOT. Seat of the pants power increase is mainly placebo affect-- you have to believe K&N's dyno charts, and 7.5 hp at 5K RPM Isn't a huge difference, but for the cost, it's well worth it! K&N customer service is outstanding.