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Old 01-23-2006, 01:06 AM   #21
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does anyone have the PN on the K&N for my car. that way i can maybe order one fron Keystone through my work (BIG discount going through work )
well does no one have the PN?
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does anyone have the PN on the K&N for my car. that way i can maybe order one fron Keystone through my work (BIG discount going through work )
well does no one have the PN?
33-2086 for 92-99.
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thank you
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Yeah Peter, my KN drop in was only $60ish, so $91 sounds high. Frankly, I wouldn't bother with a drop in, you're not going to notice a huge difference, and you might as well spend the moeny on a cone filter and CAI/FWI setup.
Beleave me i dont want to go the "drop in" route...I have been trying to get a god damn CAI since i owned the car....it'* like pulling teeth from a tiger
Gut your box to get better effect from the drop in. as far as CAI EBAY

you cant gut the air box in a 92
That'* right, yours is differrent from mine. Forgot, sorry
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You can cut holes in the front of the air box and run tubes down to where they can pull more cold air in
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I just told him that. Just a few posts ago on page 1.

I did that 3 years ago:



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ya you told me that a few months ago, and i was going to do it then i desided to wait for a CAI and it turned out there not so easy to come buy here in canada :(
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That lower pic is actually my SLE. It'* running the SSEi'* original airbox now.
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