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Increased Horsepower Guaranteed for 2017-2018 Ford F150 EcoBoost & Raptor 3.5L V6s

The 2017 Ford F150 Raptor 3.5L V6

The 2018 Ford Raptor features the High-Output 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® engine—a twin-turbo, intercooled DOHC 24-valve paired with a 10-speed automatic. Known for its speed and performance, the Raptor is a formidable off-road capable vehicle, and is well-suited to the demands of difficult terrain. K&N® now offers the 63-2599 air intake system—engineered specifically for 2017-2018 Ford F150 3.5L V6s, 2018 Lincoln Navigator 3.5L V6s, 2018 Ford Expedition 3.5L V6s, and 2017-2018 Ford F150 Raptor 3.5L V6 models. The K&N® 63-2599 high-density polyethylene (HDPE) intake system boasts an estimated power increase of 12.3-horsepower and 25 lb./ft. of torque*, improved engine sound, and protection under K&N’s 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty.

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More Horsepower Guaranteed for the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL 3.6L V6

Engineered specifically for 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL 3.6L V6 models, the K&N 71-1576 air intake system provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque of approximately 9.1-horsepower and 10.4 lb.-ft*. The 71-1576 (part of the Blackhawk Induction™ series) includes a non-oiled synthetic DRYFLOW® filter, a black powder-coated aluminum intake tube, and steel heat shield, offering a guaranteed increase in horsepower and exceptional engine protection from contaminants.

The 71-1576 full view

The 71-1576 includes a non-oiled synthetic DRYFLOW® filter

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS BOOST HORSEPOWER

If you want to give your Jeep industry-leading engine protection and an increase in power, check out the 71-1576 performance air intake system—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2018 3.6L V6 Jeep Wranglers.

The 71-1576 system is designed to help keep engine air cooler (which can increase engine combustion efficiency), and provide a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Many stock intake systems have airflow-obstructing components that can create turbulence—and heat as a result—making engine combustion less efficient. By replacing the complete factory system with an aerodynamic tube and low-restriction filter, your engine will have access to a higher volume of cool air—giving you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

“Very easy to install; takes about an hour. definitely noticed a power improvement when towing my trailer. Well worth the money.” – Paul from Pennsylvania [Part No. 69-5321TS]

The 71-1576 tube

The 71-1576 features a powder-coated black aluminum intake tube

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

Typical factory air intake systems force air through a restrictive disposable paper air filter before the air travels through a complex system of tubing—which often has tight bends, baffles, and other elements that can cause swirling, turbulent air. Excess turbulence can cause the molecules within the air to collide, which creates heat—and an increase in temperature reduces the density of oxygen molecules in the air. Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency.

The 71-1576 intake system features a powder-coated mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube, which is engineered to reduce turbulence in the air and help keep engine air cooler—and increase engine performance! A steel heat shield also helps protect the air filter and intake air from high engine temperatures.

“Right away I felt the difference. It’s something that can’t be explained in words—you MUST buy one to know what I’m talk about. I’m looking forward to buying one for my other truck. THANK YOU K&N.” – Jonathan from California [Part No. 77-3050KP]

DRYFLOW® FILTER PROTECTS WITH NO OIL REQUIRED

The 71-1576 intake system—part of the Blackhawk Induction™ line—includes a DRYFLOW® synthetic air filter which never requires oiling. The DRYFLOW® filter media is composed of lofted synthetic material, which—much like High-Flow Air Filter™ media—provides depth loading properties. Each filter is designed to strike a desirable balance between airflow and efficiency, provide a high level of contaminant capture, and outperform typical disposable paper air filters in airflow. Because they do not have to be re-oiled, servicing DRYFLOW® air filters is typically a quick and easy process. Even better—you get a blacked-out, stylish appearance in your engine bay.

“Great buy. Before I got it I was skeptical about it. It makes the truck a little faster and definitely improves the sound when you get into the throttle. Would definitely recommend this product to anyone.” – Derek from Michigan [Part No. 77-3082KP]

INSTALLATION

The K&N 71-1576 intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

The 71-1576 after installation

The 71-1576 after installation

Engineered to fit:

• 2018 Jeep Wrangler 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection All Models

“Easy to install. Very clear step by step directions provided.” – Mike from California [Part No. 57-2530]

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

“I absolutely love this product. Did not take too long to install and the performance was noticeable. Highly recommended and I will tell all my friends about it.” – Richard from California [Part No. 71-3070]

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

K&N performance air intake systems are protected by a guarantee—you will get an increase in horsepower and torque.

A 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL 3.6L V6 on the dynamometer

Every intake system is tested on the dynamometer for horsepower

During dynamometer testing, a 2018 Jeep Wrangler 3.6L V6 with a factory air intake system was recorded at 205.6-hp at 5,400 RPM. After installation of 71-1576, the same vehicle was recorded at 214.7-hp at 5,400 RPM—an estimated increase of 9.1-horsepower. The torque also jumped from 201.8 lb.-ft. to 212.2 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 10.4 lb.-ft at 3,000 RPM.

Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

Visit this page to purchase the 71-1576 intake system, or visit the application search to explore other performance product options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

*Estimated horsepower and torque gains based on specific or similar vehicle dynamometer tests. Results will vary. For more information, look up vehicle and/or testing protocols at knfilters.com.

 

 

More Horsepower for 2017-2018 Nissan Titan XD 5.6L Models with K&N Intakes

Engineered specifically for 2017-2018 Nissan Titan XD 5.6L V8 models, the K&N® 63-6020 air intake system provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque—and features a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™ to help protect against damaging engine contaminants.

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS BOOST HORSEPOWER

The 63-6020 intake system

The 63-6020 features a High-Flow Air Filter with heat shield

If you want to give your Titan XD more power, check out the 63-6020 performance air intake system—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2017-2018 3.2L V6 Titan XDs. The 63-6020 is designed to help keep engine air cooler (which can increase engine combustion efficiency), and provides a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Many stock intake systems have airflow-obstructing components that can create turbulence—and thus heat—resulting in less efficient combustion, and giving you less horsepower. By replacing the complete factory system with an aerodynamic tube and High-Flow Air Filter™, your engine will have access to a higher volume of cool air—giving you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

“Easy install, smoothed out the whole system. Instructions were clear and relatively simple. I had previously installed a new cat-back pipe and wasn't completely sold on the sound...the K&N intake helped the engine breathe and actually gave me a rich, deep, smooth tone from the pipes. Noticeable increase in response as well.” – Preston from Wilmington, Delaware [Part No. 63-9039]

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

Typical factory air intake systems force air through a restrictive disposable paper air filter before the air travels through a complex system of tubing—which often has tight bends, baffles, and other elements that can cause swirling, turbulent air. Excess turbulence can cause the molecules within the air to collide, which creates heat—and an increase in temperature reduces the density of oxygen molecules in the air. Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency.

Side view of the 63-6020

An aerodynamic intake tube helps accelerate airflow

The 63-6020 intake system features a free-flowing, high-density polyethylene intake tube, which is engineered to reduce turbulence in the air, keeping engine air cooler—and increasing engine performance! The 63-6020 also incorporates a steel heat shield, which helps protect the air filter and intake air from high engine temperatures.

“Amazing product, sounds great and would recommend to anyone. Very prominent when accelerating and in the higher rev range. This is my first K&N product and would definitely buy from them again.” – Zachary from Bristol, UK [Part No. 69-6000TP]

HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL PROTECTION

Most factory disposable paper filters only “surface load” contaminants—collecting them on the surface of the media, which over time can reduce the filter’s efficiency due to clogging. Alternatively, High-Flow Air Filters™ “depth load” contaminants; multiple layers of cotton fibers capture particles on many levels. Because the contaminants are incorporated into the filter fibers, the filter can still operate without significantly reducing its performance.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 63-6020 intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

“Great product. Easy to install. And wow what a performance improvement.” – Marcus from Raleigh [Part No. 71-4519]

The 63-6020 intake system after installation

The 63-6020 intake system after installation

INSTALLATION

The K&N 63-6020 intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

Engineered to fit:

2017 Nissan Titan XD 5.6L V8 Fuel Injection All Models

• 2018 Nissan Titan XD 5.6L V8 Fuel Injection All Models

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

“Couldn’t be happier with this intake. Easy installation, great sound and noticable performance. Looks great, sounds great and performs as advertised. Well done K&N.” – Shawn from Raleigh, NC [Part No. 69-8621TTK]

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

K&N performance air intake systems come with a horsepower guarantee—you will get an increase in horsepower and torque! During dynamometer testing, a stock 2018 Nissan Titan XD 5.6L with a factory air intake system was recorded at 317.1-horsepower at 5,502 RPM. After installation of 63-6020, the same vehicle was recorded at 327.0-horsepower at 5,502 RPM—an estimated increase of 9.9-horsepower. The torque also jumped from 250.5 lb.-ft. to 267.2 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 16.7 lb.-ft. at 3,024 RPM.

Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

“Everything that was needed was included in the box. The install was easy, under one hour. It took longer to put the air box together. The engine sounds great and pick up has improved. I am very satisfied with this system. It does make a big difference in driving and puts a big smile on your face.” – G MAN from Mesa, AZ [Part No. 63-1561]

INTAKE SYSTEM OPTIONS

For many vehicle applications, multiple options of K&N intake systems are available. 69-Series and 77-Series intakes feature mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes, while 57-Series and 63-Series intakes have high-density polyethylene intake tubes. 71-Series intakes are from the Blackhawk Induction™ line, which feature a black powder-coated aluminum intake tube and a black oil-free synthetic filter. Please view the specific product pages for details on each intake type.

Visit this page to purchase the 63-6020 air intake system, or visit the vehicle search page to explore air intake system options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

 

 

Guaranteed Horsepower Increase for Your 2018 Honda Accord with K&N Air Intake

Designed to be compatible with 2018 Honda Accord 2.0L models, the K&N® 69-1506TS air intake system provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque for Accord 2.0L owners—and features a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™ to help protect against damaging engine contaminants and provide outstanding airflow.

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS INCREASE HORSEPOWER

The 69-1506TS intake system

The 69-1506TS features a High-Flow Air Filter with heat shield

If you want to give your Accord a little extra pep, check out the 69-1506TS performance air intake system—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2018 2.0L Accords. The 69-1506TS is designed to help keep engine air cooler (which can increase engine combustion efficiency), and provides a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Many stock intake systems have airflow-obstructing components that can create turbulence—and thus heat—resulting in less efficient combustion, and giving you less horsepower. By replacing the complete factory system with an aerodynamic tube and High-Flow Air Filter™, your engine will have access to a higher volume of cool air—giving you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

“Amazing product that makes my 18 Accord 2.0T sound like a beast.” – Cristian from New Jersey

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

The 69-1506TS intake system - side view

A steel heat shield helps protect against high engine bay temperatures

Typical factory air intake systems force air through a restrictive disposable paper air filter before the air travels through a complex system of tubing—which often has tight bends, baffles, and other elements that can cause swirling, turbulent air. Excess turbulence can cause the molecules within the air to collide, which creates heat—and an increase in temperature reduces the density of oxygen molecules in the air. Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency.

The 69-1506TS intake system features a free-flowing, mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube, which is engineered to reduce turbulence in the air, keeping engine air cooler—and increasing engine performance! The 69-1506TS also incorporates a steel heat shield, which helps protect the air filter and intake air from high engine temperatures.

HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL PROTECTION

Most factory disposable paper filters only “surface load” contaminants—collecting them on the surface of the media, which over time can reduce the filter’s efficiency due to clogging. Alternatively, High-Flow Air Filters™ “depth load” contaminants; multiple layers of cotton fibers capture particles on many levels. Because the contaminants are incorporated into the filter fibers, the filter can still operate without significantly reducing its performance.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 69-1506TS intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

INSTALLATION

The 69-1506TS intake system after installation

The 69-1506TS intake system after installation

The K&N 69-1506TS intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

Engineered to fit:

• 2018 Honda Accord 2.0L Fuel Injection All Models

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

K&N performance air intake systems come with a horsepower guarantee—you will get an increase in horsepower and torque! During dynamometer testing, a 2018 Honda Accord 2.0L with a factory air intake system was recorded at 205.4-horsepower at 5,410 RPM. After installation of 69-1506TS, the same vehicle was recorded at 211.5-horsepower at 5,410 RPM—an estimated increase of 6.10-horsepower. The torque also jumped from 209.8 lb.-ft. to 215.9 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 6.10 lb.-ft at 3,170 RPM.

Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

INTAKE SYSTEM OPTIONS

For many vehicle applications, multiple options of K&N intake systems are available. 69-Series and 77-Series intakes feature mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes, while 57-Series and 63-Series intakes have high-density polyethylene intake tubes. 71-Series intakes are from the Blackhawk Induction™ line, which feature a black powder-coated aluminum intake tube and a black oil-free synthetic filter. Please view the specific product pages for details on each intake type.

Visit this page to purchase the 69-1506TS air intake system, or visit the vehicle search page to explore air intake system options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

 

 

New Intake for 2017-2018 Honda Civic Type R: Guaranteed to Increase Horsepower

Engineered specifically to fit the engine bay of 2017-2018 Honda Civic Type R models, the K&N® 69-1505TWR air intake system provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque (an estimated 12.6 horsepower from dynamometer testing). The 69-1505TWR system features a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™, a low-restriction aluminum intake tube, and a custom steel heat shield. The unique heat shield design incorporates the vehicle’s hood in order to simulate a closed air box—keeping your engine air cooler, and giving you an increase in performance!

The 2018 Honda Civic Type R

The 2018 Honda Civic Type R

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS BOOST HORSEPOWER

If you want to give your Type R top-quality engine protection and a guaranteed increase in horsepower, check out the 69-1505TWR performance air intake system—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2017-2018 Honda Type Rs. A low-restriction tube allows airflow to move through the system efficiently, and helps prevent turbulent air (and heat). An innovative heat shield design helps provide outstanding protection against high temperatures. Giving your engine a higher volume of cooler air an increase its combustion efficiency, which translates to greater horsepower for your vehicle!

The 69-1505TWR performance air intake system

A unique heat shield design helps protect against high temperatures

HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ DESIGNED FOR OUTSTANDING PROTECTION

Most factory disposable paper filters only “surface load” contaminants—collecting them on the surface of the media, which over time can reduce the filter’s efficiency due to clogging. Alternatively, High-Flow Air Filters™ “depth load” contaminants; multiple layers of cotton fibers capture particles on many levels. Because the contaminants are incorporated into the filter fibers, the filter can still operate without significantly reducing its performance.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 69-1505TWR intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

INSTALLATION

The 69-1505TWR performance air intake system

An aerodynamic intake tube helps increase airflow

The K&N 69-1505TWR intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

Engineered to fit:

2018 Honda Civic Type R 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection: All Models

2017 Honda Civic Type R 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection: All Models

The 69-1505TWR after installation

The 69-1505TWR after installation

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

When buying a K&N performance air intake system, you’re protected by the guarantee that you’ll gain horsepower and torque after installation!

During dynamometer testing, a 2017 Honda Civic Type R with a factory air intake system was recorded at 292.4-hp at 6,122 RPM. After installation of 69-1505TWR, the same vehicle was recorded at 305.0-hp at 6,122 RPM—an estimated increase of 12.6-horsepower. The torque also increased from 254.6 lb.-ft. to 274.0 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 19.4 lb.-ft. at 3,731 RPM.

Visit this page to purchase the 69-1505TWR air intake system, or visit this link to explore other performance product options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

 

 

What to Look for When Buying a Used Car

A comprehensive guide to evaluating prospective purchases

VEHICLES TO AVOID

Law enforcement vehicles, fleet cars, rental vehicles, taxis, or vehicles that have been used for ride-share services: these should all be at the very bottom of your purchase list. Even if they appear to be in pretty good shape, they’ve most likely racked up an excessive amount of mileage—and were almost certainly operated under fairly harsh driving conditions.

Lemons: vehicles that have warranty-covered defects which cannot be repaired by the manufacturer within a certain time period, and after several attempts, are considered lemons in most states (though the requirements vary). Depending on location, if a manufacturer re-purchases a defective vehicle, the title must reflect that it is a lemon law buyback. Purchasing these cars is generally not advisable, since the manufacturer will have already made several attempts to rectify the problem before re-purchasing it from the owner.

Salvaged: salvaged vehicles have been damaged to the degree that the insurance company, leasing company, or owner has decided it isn’t worth the cost of repairs. If the damage is very minimal (which is unlikely, considering that the car is most likely worth less than the cost of repairing it), you could consider purchasing—but keep in mind that if the car has been in an accident, it could have sustained more serious damage than meets the eye (which leads us into the next category)—

Wrecked and repaired: if a car has been in a wreck, it may have sustained frame damage that could cause instability and issues in the future. If you’re interested in purchasing a vehicle that has been involved in a wreck, be sure to request the repair invoices/records to see what type of work has been completed.

Storm registry: some vehicles that have sustained flood damage are moved great distances in order to be sold in other areas where buyers might not be as well-versed in inspecting for water damage. The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) can help you research the background of your prospective new vehicle to make sure that the title isn’t missing any important information (but it’s still important to check for signs of water damage even if the title comes up clear).

Man holding money

You’re ready to lay down some hard-earned cash—so take the time to evaluate your purchase.

Potentially stolen: if you have any suspicions that the used vehicle you’re interested in may have been stolen (some clues include if the VIN plate is missing/repainted, the VIN on the title doesn’t agree with the one on the body, or the vehicle is priced lower than its value), it’s best to just walk away.

EVALUATING THE EXTERIOR

Arriving with a checklist can let prospective sellers know that you’re serious about fully evaluating the vehicle—and can help you reduce the buying price if you locate areas that need repair.

• Take a 360° view of the car

Circle the car and try to look from every angle. Are there any ripples in the body that might indicate damage? Is the paintjob in good shape? Look carefully along the body at an angle—instead of straight on—to see if you can catch any dings or paint cover-ups in the reflection.

• Look for dents and paint abnormalities

Car with severe corrosion

Corrosion is serious—and it will only get worse.

Severe dents and chipped paint can be expensive repairs. If the seller hasn’t already discounted the price to account for the damage, make sure the proper deductions are made. If you notice areas that have been re-painted, it should tip you off that the vehicle may have been in an accident.

• Keep a sharp eye out for rust

Rust spreads—which is why it should always be immediately removed/repaired when noticed. Even if it is painted over, which some unscrupulous sellers will do, the surface beneath will continue to degrade. Don’t forget to look for rust on the underside of the car, in the wheel wells, and under the trunk mats. If you observe anything other than very mild rusting, it’s best to walk away.

• Check for salt corrosion on the undercarriage

Salted roads can accelerate corrosion on the undercarriage of a vehicle, so bring a flashlight and make sure to get down on your hands and knees. If the vehicle has a brand-new undercoating, that may be a red flag that the seller is trying to hide corrosion.

• Look for signs of a bent frame

Spot welds and bent frames are signs of wreck repairs, and should be an immediate deal-breaker if not already disclosed by the seller.

• Check to make sure the doors, hood, and trunk all latch firmly

If a vehicle has been in an accident, door latches, hood latches, and trunk latches may be thrown out of alignment. This is also a good time to check the insides of doors and in the trunk for signs of repainting.

• Watch for sagging

Truck driving through water

Always look for signs of water damage in any prospective used vehicle.

The front and rear of the vehicle should be level when resting on a flat surface. If you see unevenness either front-to-back or left-to-right, it could be an indication that the suspension is damaged.

• Look for tell-tale signs of water damage

If a car has been flooded out, you will typically be able to find water stains inside the trunk, under the seats, and under carpeting—and the car may have a musty smell.

• Check for leaks

Move the vehicle from where it was parked, and check to see if there are any fresh leak spots.

• Inspect the tires

Tires should all be the same size and type; unmatched/unbalanced tires can negatively affect gas mileage and potentially cause premature wear. Look carefully at the treads—wear on the outside treads can indicate an alignment issue. Correcting front-end alignment is usually relatively inexpensive, but rear-end alignment issues could indicate a bent rear axle, which is an expensive repair.

Clean vehicle interior

Make sure the condition of the interior approximately matches the number on the odometer.

EVALUATING THE INTERIOR

• Take a look at the carpet and upholstery

A pristine interior may or may not be important to you, but evaluate whether or not the interior wear matches up with the mileage number you’ve been given. If the steering wheel or other interior components are extremely worn, the odometer shouldn’t read at only 30,000 miles.

• Try all of the seat belts

Make sure you can find all of the back-seat belts, and that they are all operational.

• Look for airbag powder

Child buckling seat belt

Check all of the seat belts to make sure they’re operational.

If the vehicle has been in an accident that caused the airbags to deploy, you may be able to see trace residue of the airbag powder inside the interior. Check in places that are more difficult to clean—like under and between seats, under floormats, and around the steering column.

• Try all the door locks and window controls

Repairing these will require you to disassemble the door, which can be time consuming and potentially expensive.

• Check the odometer

If the number seems too good to be true, it probably is. It’s possible to tamper with odometers, which is why it’s critically important to examine all of a car’s official records (and service providers often note the mileage on invoices, assuming you are given previous service records to peruse).

• Check all the lights (with help from a friend)

Have someone stand outside the vehicle and see if the headlights, front and rear signals, fog lights, and high beams are all operational. This is also a good time to have a friend check to see if any smoke comes from the tailpipe while the engine is running.

• Check windshield wipers, the sound system, the heater, A/C and heat, and interior lights

Mechanic beneath vehicle

It’s never a bad idea to have a trusted mechanic evaluate your prospective purchase.

Give all the controls a go, just to make sure you don’t have any surprises once the weather changes.

UNDER THE HOOD

• Take a look at the radiator and hoses

Cracked and brittle hoses indicate the need for replacement.

• Check the radiator fluid level/color

The fluid should be near the full line. If it’s clear, it is likely water—which is not a good sign that the car has been properly maintained. If you see oil floating on the surface of the fluid, a cylinder has likely cracked, and you’ll likely want to walk away from the purchase.

• Check the wiring

Can you see anything loose, cracked, or frayed?

• Check the fan belts

Frayed, cracked, or brittle belts should be replaced.

• Check the spark plug cables

Complementary vehicle evaluation checklist

Print this complementary vehicle evaluation checklist

This isn’t an extremely expensive repair, but cracked or brittle spark plug wires can potentially cause the engine to misfire.

• Inspect the battery

Corroded terminals indicate the need for a new battery. The seller may attempt to clean the battery before a sale, so check the battery cables too.

• Ask when the oil filters, air filters, and fuel filters were last replaced

Records of regular maintenance are a definite plus. If the car has a stock air filter, consider switching it out for a K&N High-Flow Air Filter™, which is washable, reusable, and designed to last for the lifespan of your vehicle.

ROUND-UP

Before purchasing any used vehicle, it’s important to do a thorough inspection—and if possible, hire a trusted mechanic to do the inspection with you. Make sure to do a test drive (with the windows rolled down, and also up!) and listen for any strange noises or rattles. Check the brakes for screeching, and note whether the transmission moves smoothly between gears. If you do end up purchasing a used vehicle, make sure to invest in any necessary maintenance. We recommend immediately replacing your disposable air filter with a K&N® High-Flow Air Filter™, which provides your vehicle with exceptional engine protection and airflow. Feel free to print the complementary vehicle inspection checklist included above to help with your next used car purchase.

Explore all of the products that K&N® has for your vehicle here, and join the millions of vehicle enthusiasts who trust K&N® to provide performance, protection, longevity, and clean air!

 

 

Give Your 2018 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8 the Gift of More Power

2017 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8

2017 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8

Engineered specifically for 2018 Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 models, K&N® 69-3540TP and 71-3540 air intake systems provide a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque for Mustang devotees. The 69-3540TP system (Typhoon® series) features a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™, an aluminum tube design, and steel heat shield—while the 71-3540 (Blackhawk Induction™ series) includes a non-oiled synthetic DRYFLOW® filter, a black powder-coated tube, and steel heat shield. Either system will give you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and exceptional engine protection.

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS BOOST HORSEPOWER

If you want to give your Ford industry-leading engine protection and an increase in power, check out the 69-3540TP and 71-3540 performance air intake systems—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2018 5.0L V8 Ford Mustangs.

The 69-3540TP features an aluminum intake tube and High-Flow Air Filter™

The 69-3540TP features an aluminum intake tube and High-Flow Air Filter™

Both the 69-3540TP and 71-3540 systems are designed to help keep engine air cooler (which can increase engine combustion efficiency), and provide a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Many stock intake systems have airflow-obstructing components that can create turbulence—and heat as a result—making engine combustion less efficient. By replacing the complete factory system with an aerodynamic tube and low-restriction filter, your engine will have access to a higher volume of cool air—giving you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

Typical factory air intake systems force air through a restrictive disposable paper air filter before the air travels through a complex system of tubing—which often has tight bends, baffles, and other elements that can cause swirling, turbulent air. Excess turbulence can cause the molecules within the air to collide, which creates heat—and an increase in temperature reduces the density of oxygen molecules in the air. Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency.

The 69-3540TP and 71-3540 intake systems feature mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes, which are engineered to reduce turbulence in the air and help keep engine air cooler—and increase engine performance! Both systems also incorporate a steel heat shield, which helps protect the air filter and intake air from high engine temperatures.

Mandrel-bent tubing is designed to reduce airflow restriction

Mandrel-bent tubing is designed to reduce airflow restriction

69-3540TP: HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL PROTECTION

Most factory disposable paper filters only “surface load” contaminants—collecting them on the surface of the media, which over time can reduce the filter’s efficiency due to clogging. Alternatively, High-Flow Air Filters™ “depth load” contaminants; multiple layers of cotton fibers capture particles on many levels. Because the contaminants are incorporated into the filter fibers, the filter can still operate without significantly reducing its performance.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 69-3540TP intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

71-3540: DRYFLOW® FILTER PROTECTS WITH NO OIL REQUIRED

The 69-3540TP after installation

The 69-3540TP after installation

The 71-3540 intake system—part of the Blackhawk Induction™ line—includes a DRYFLOW® synthetic air filter which never requires oiling. The DRYFLOW® filter media is composed of lofted synthetic material, which—much like High-Flow Air Filter™ media—provides depth loading properties. Each filter is designed to strike a desirable balance between airflow and efficiency, provide a high level of contaminant capture, and outperform typical disposable paper air filters in airflow. Because they do not have to be re-oiled, servicing DRYFLOW® air filters is typically a quick and easy process. Even better—you get a blacked-out, stylish appearance in your engine bay.

INSTALLATION

The K&N 69-3540TP and 71-3540 intake systems are engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

The 71-3540 Blackhawk Induction™ intake system

The 71-3540 Blackhawk Induction™ intake system

Engineered to fit:

• 2018 Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection All Models

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

The 71-3540 after installation

The 71-3540 after installation

K&N performance air intake systems are protected by a guarantee—you will get an increase in horsepower and torque.

During dynamometer testing, a 2018 Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 with a factory air intake system was recorded at 418.2-hp at 7,000 RPM. After installation of 69-3540TP, the same vehicle was recorded at 434.2-hp at 7,000 RPM—an estimated increase of 16-horsepower. The torque also jumped from 286.9 lb.-ft. to 303.8 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 16.9 lb.-ft. at 3,085 RPM.

The Blackhawk Induction™ series intake also demonstrated estimated power gains during dynamometer testing—the same 2018 Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 with the 71-3540 system installed saw an estimated increase of 9.5-horsepower (at 7,002 RPM) and 23.2 lb.-ft. (at 3,024 RPM) over the stock intake system.

Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

Visit this page to purchase the 69-3540TP air intake system, click here to purchase the 71-3540 intake system, or visit this link to explore other performance product options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

 

 

K&N’s Chief Engineering Officer Steve Williams Wins Super Comp World Championship

Steve’s dragster

Steve’s dragster features many K&N products which he has been instrumental in developing

Steve Williams, K&N’s Chief Engineering Officer, achieved yet another racing milestone this past Sunday—the title of 2018 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Super Comp World Champion. A first-place finish in Sonoma, Calif., combined with final-round showings in Dallas and Las Vegas, allowed Williams to amass the points needed to clinch the World Championship title.

Williams has collected many notable wins in his personal racing career, including four NHRA Division 7 championship titles and over forty “Wally” trophies. In 2014, he claimed the NHRA Division 7 Super Gas Championship, followed by a third-place finish in the Super Comp national rankings in 2016. This past weekend’s championship win has been 27 years in the making. “It’s very tough to come out of Division 7 and win the World Championship, because you’re up against almost 1,800 people across the United States,” Williams said. “I’ve been close more times than I care to admit. I was finally able to check this off the bucket list.”

Williams burning rubber

Williams has spent over 20 years in service at K&N

Steve has developed a reputation as a strong competitor in his many years of racing. “The coolest part was that all of the competitors I’ve raced with for twenty years were in the stands—and after my wife and daughter hugged me, they each came down one by one to say congratulations,” he added.

“It speaks volumes that Steve’s competitors were the first to come down and shake his hand,” said K&N CEO Tom McGann. “Winning a world championship in any sport is a tremendous honor, and nobody deserves it more than he does.”

ROAD TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Division 7 3rd Round Fontana, CA 5-20-18
Division 7 Win Sonoma, CA 7-22-18
National Runner-up Seattle, WA 8-5-18
Division 7 4th Round Salt Lake City, UT 8-26-18
Division 7 5th Round Great Bend, KS 9-29-18
National Runner-up Dallas, TX 10-7-18
National 4th Round Las Vegas, NV 10-28-18
Division 7 Semi finals Las Vegas, NV 11-4-18

Steve posing with his trophy after a win in Sonoma, Calif., on July 22

Steve posing with his trophy after a win in Sonoma, Calif., on July 22

As the head of research and development at K&N, Williams has been instrumental in the development of K&N racing products for over two decades, and continues to contribute his knowledge to the development of innovative products for consumers. K&N wants to formally congratulate Williams, whose dedication to excellence has reaped a well-deserved championship win, and brought invaluable expertise to the K&N research and development team.

K&N® 57-1569 Cold Air Intake System for 2014-2016 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L V6

Designed to be compatible with 2014-2016 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L V6 models, the K&N® 57-1569 air intake system provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque for power-conscious Jeep owners—and features a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™ to help protect against damaging engine contaminants.

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS BOOST HORSEPOWER

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee

If you want to give your Cherokee a little more zip, check out the 57-1569 performance air intake system—specifically designed to fit in the engine bay of 2014-2016 3.2L V6 Cherokees. The 57-1569 is designed to help keep engine air cooler (which can increase engine combustion efficiency), and provides a smooth, low-restriction path for airflow to the engine. Many stock intake systems have airflow-obstructing components that can create turbulence—and thus heat—resulting in less efficient combustion, and giving you less horsepower. By replacing the complete factory system with an aerodynamic tube and High-Flow Air Filter™, your engine will have access to a higher volume of cool air—giving you a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

AERODYNAMIC INTAKE TUBE INCREASES AIRFLOW

The 57-1569 for the 2018 Jeep Cherokee features a High-Flow Air Filter™

The 57-1569 for the 2018 Jeep Cherokee features a High-Flow Air Filter™

Typical factory air intake systems force air through a restrictive disposable paper air filter before the air travels through a complex system of tubing—which often has tight bends, baffles, and other elements that can cause swirling, turbulent air. Excess turbulence can cause the molecules within the air to collide, which creates heat—and an increase in temperature reduces the density of oxygen molecules in the air. Since engine combustion is most efficient in an oxygen-rich environment, keeping engine air cooler often significantly increases engine combustion efficiency.

The 57-1569 intake system features a free-flowing, high-density polyethylene intake tube, which is engineered to reduce turbulence in the air, keeping engine air cooler—and increasing engine performance! The 57-1569 also incorporates a steel heat shield, which helps protect the air filter and intake air from high engine temperatures.

HIGH-FLOW AIR FILTER™ OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL PROTECTION

Most factory disposable paper filters only “surface load” contaminants—collecting them on the surface of the media, which over time can reduce the filter’s efficiency due to clogging. Alternatively, High-Flow Air Filters™ “depth load” contaminants; multiple layers of cotton fibers capture particles on many levels. Because the contaminants are incorporated into the filter fibers, the filter can still operate without significantly reducing its performance.

The High-Flow Air Filter™ included in the 57-1569 intake kit is oversized with a conical shape, providing a greater surface area and allowing for a service interval of up to 100,000 miles between cleanings (under normal highway driving conditions). High-Flow Air Filters feature an oiled, layered design—providing up to 50% more airflow than a traditional paper filter. When your filter does need to be cleaned, you can use the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000 or 99-5050) to quickly and easily restore your filter’s performance. Each K&N intake (and filter!) is designed to last for the life of your vehicle.

INSTALLATION

The 57-1569 air intake system after installation

The 57-1569 air intake system after installation

The K&N 57-1569 intake system is engineered to incorporate factory mounting points and the factory mass air sensor. Installation can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, and requires only simple hand tools. Detailed instructions are included in your kit, and installation videos for many vehicles are available on the K&N website.

Engineered to fit:

• 2014 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L V6 Fuel Injection All Models

• 2015 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L V6 Fuel Injection All Models

• 2016 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L V6 Fuel Injection All Models

WARRANTY

Each intake system comes with a 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty. Furthermore, using a K&N replacement air intake system will not void your factory warranty; in the U.S., manufacturers must provide evidence that an aftermarket part is the cause of a necessary repair in order to void or deny warranty coverage. The Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) protects consumers’ rights to their warranty coverage.

DYNAMOMETER RESULTS

A specially designed roto-molded high-density polyethylene tube helps direct airflow

A specially designed roto-molded high-density polyethylene tube helps direct airflow

K&N performance air intake systems come with a horsepower guarantee—you will get an increase in horsepower and torque! During dynamometer testing, a 2014 Jeep Cherokee 3.2L with a factory air intake system was recorded at 210.49-horsepower at 5,998 RPM. After installation of 57-1569, the same vehicle was recorded at 218.02-horsepower at 5,998 RPM—an estimated increase of 7.53-horsepower. The torque also jumped from 188.52 lb.-ft. to 193.10 lb.-ft.—an estimated increase of 4.58 lb.-ft at 4,392 RPM.

Horsepower gains vary among products and applications, but each K&N performance air intake system is designed to increase airflow efficiency for specific vehicles and their engines. Each kit undergoes significant testing to help ensure that the filter and intake tube are engineered to deliver large increases in airflow and horsepower. Please visit individual product pages to view horsepower estimates for your specific vehicle.

INTAKE SYSTEM OPTIONS

For many vehicle applications, multiple options of K&N intake systems are available. 69-Series and 77-Series intakes feature mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes, while 57-Series and 63-Series intakes have high-density polyethylene intake tubes. 71-Series intakes are from the Blackhawk Induction™ line, which feature a black powder-coated aluminum intake tube and a black oil-free synthetic filter. Please view the specific product pages for details on each intake type.

Visit this page to purchase the 57-1569 air intake system, or visit the vehicle search page to explore air intake system options for your vehicle. Join the millions of customers who trust K&N to help them boost performance and protection in their vehicles!

The SEMA Scoop: All the New K&N Products (Plus a 1969 Chevy Build for SEMA 2019!)

There are few events more thrilling in the automotive industry than SEMA, one of the most elite and exclusive automotive trade events in the world. For a few days each fall, the brightest, most innovative minds in the industry—and all the most exciting new products—converge at the Las Vegas Convention Center for product demonstrations, unique events, and opportunities to network. The 2017 event saw more than 70,000 attendees, with over 3,000 newly introduced products, and the 2018 event has proven itself to be equally exhilarating.

1969 Chevrolet suburban

This 1969 Chevrolet suburban will be fully restored for SEMA 2019—and you can help choose the build!

K&N has been featuring several new products at this year’s show, including the ECI system (electronic carburetor injection), and the soon-to-be-available Boost Control Module and Throttle Control Module. In addition, the K&N booth included a custom-built Yamaha RD400, a 1969 Chevrolet suburban (which will be fully rebuilt for the 2019 show!), and a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado with a custom prototype intake system.

NEW K&N PRODUCTS FEATURED AT THE SHOW

ECI

The K&N ECI is a bolt-on system which adds a supplemental fuel source to improve engine performance. Comprised of a spacer plate with a fuel block and injector, an electronic control unit (ECU), and wide-band oxygen sensor, installation can typically be completed in a matter of hours. Better yet—after setting five simple parameters, the system can tune itself. After installing your new ECI system, hiccups on cold starts can be a relic of the past.

The ECI available for Holley 4150s, Holley Dominators, and Quadrajet-style carburetors

The ECI system is available for Holley 4150s, Holley Dominators, and Quadrajet-style carburetors

THROTTLE CONTROL MODULE

The K&N Throttle Control Module processes input data from the gas pedal and bypasses the factory signal to the vehicle’s ECU, sending a modified signal directly to the throttle body—creating an increase in throttle responsiveness that will make your car feel like a whole new machine.

BOOST CONTROL MODULE

K&N’s new Boost Control Module works within factory parameters to increase boost—improving throttle response, and offering a power increase of up to 47 horsepower. The system can typically be installed in less than 30 minutes (no software required), and is adjustable on-the-go—helping you fine-tune your boost level to your preferences and needs. When you need more power, simply adjust the dial to give your acceleration a bit of extra muscle.

NEW BLACK OIL OPTION

K&N also introduced a new black oil option as a companion to the traditional red oil—allowing enthusiasts of blacked-out engine bays to customize their cotton air filter’s aesthetic to their preferences.

VEHICLES FEATURED AT K&N’S SEMA BOOTH

The Yamaha RD400 built by Nick O’Kane and his son Max

The Yamaha RD400 built by Nick O’Kane and his son Max

YAMAHA RD400 RETRO RACER

Nick O’Kane, a National Account Manager at K&N, introduced a custom Yamaha RD400 at the K&N booth at SEMA this year—a collaborative project with his son, Max, for his senior project at Riverside STEM Academy in Riverside, California.

The Yamaha RD400 air-cooled twin was launched in 1976 as a slightly more refined version of the Yamaha RD350. The bike was an instant hit, and highly sought after by many riders.

This minimalistic, retro racer RD400 came to life after O’Kane purchased the bike (in boxes) from a garage sale at Jeff Palhegyi Designs. JPD Designs had completed the frame modifications to convert the RD400 from twin-shock to mono-shock, which included fabrication of custom swingarm and triple trees to fit the race wheels from Marchesini. The gas tank had also been extended and tail unit designed to match. O’Kane and his son greatly enjoyed finishing the build, and adding their personal style to a solid foundation. Together, they would like to thank JPDesigns for their assistance with the build project.

2019 Chevrolet Silverado, featuring a prototype K&N intake system

On display was a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, featuring a prototype K&N intake system

2019 CHEVROLET SILVERADO PROTOTYPE INTAKE

The research and development department at K&N created a prototype intake system for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado—so keep your eyes out for a product release in the near future! K&N designs every intake system to provide increases in horsepower, helping you take your new (or new-to-you!) vehicle to its performance potential.

PICK YOUR FAVORITE BUILD + ENTER TO WIN AN INTAKE

K&N also introduced a build project that will be completed for SEMA 2019—a 1969 Chevrolet suburban—and has left it up to the public to decide from four awesome build choices. You can vote for your favorite option by following this link, and you’ll also be entered to win a free intake (please click on the link for full terms and conditions)! The entry period ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on November 11th, 2018.

Be sure to follow K&N’s Facebook page and Instagram to view exciting footage and images from SEMA 2018!

Build options for 2019 SEMA vehicle

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