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Old 09-28-2002, 03:13 PM   #1
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HOW MUCH IS THE K&R AIR FILTER AND WHO HAS IT
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You mean the K&N? They usually run $40 to $50, and you can get them at almost any auto parts dealer (they may have to order it), or buy it online.
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Here'* some info for you right out of the K&N 2001 Catague!
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2000 ALL P/N 33-2141
94 -99 ALL P/N 33-2086
88 - 91 ALL P/N 33-2022
1987 ALL P/N 33-2022
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92 - 93'* are not listed by K&N because of the early GM air box design that was used for those 2 years only.
I've been told though that P/N 33-2086 will work with a little gease on the sealing edge. At this time I've have not tried this myself so I can't confirm this theory.
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I'll confirm that for the Rat. That'* exactly what I did. Works great.
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I'll confirm that for the Rat. That'* exactly what I did. Works great.
Thank'* Wilwren, now I don't mind spending the $130.00 CDN to get the filter! I just didn't want to dish out the dough for a "No Fit" filter!
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thanks hope it makes more hp and more go
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Guys, don't run to the store until I have time to CONFIRM the part number on the filter itself. I'll post it in the morning.....Oh, ****. I'll go look now.......

...... 33-2086. Perfect fit, no KY....uhhh grease necessary. Buy it and slap it in.
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Is the filter really worth the money? Do you actually notice the effects?..I heard it actually increases your gas mileage.
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Ya, I am curious about that too. I heard the basic K&N filter doesn't add much. You have to go to the higher models like the Typhoon intake, or something like that, to get some noticable HP.
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WILL CHANGING MY INTAKE VOID MY EXT. WARRENTY?
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