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K&N Filtres À Air De Remplacement
  • Conçu pour augmenter la puissance
  • Garantie de 1.6 million de kilomètres
Mark Wright, Jackson, Georgia
I’ll admit that I was skeptical, that an air filter could/would help boost horsepower. Well, you can believe this or not, but I actually have a different car, since installing my new K&N Air Filter. The boost in power was shocking to me. The day I installed my new K&N Air Filter, I had my oil changed and supplied my mechanic with a new K&N oil filter. When I left the shop, I ran the car on a back road and I could tell a difference. However, when I got out on I 75, South of Atlanta, at one point, I looked down and realized I was going 92 MPH. Sure didn’t feel like I was flying. LOL My car was smooth as silk. (I have a 2007 Honda Civic EX Coupe with 170,000 miles) I was already averaging 42 mpg BEFORE I had my K&N products installed. I did some serious figuring, and my mileage changed from 42 to 46. Not that much, but considering I can fill my car up for $22 and go almost 500 miles on one tank of gas.......yeah, I’m happy with that K&N products are freakin awesome.
Brian, Australia
This my first experience with K&N products, and am glad to say I'm happy with the improved performance in my Civic (06 VTI-L automatic). &nbsp;Prior to installing the filter my Civic had the 100,000km service, and has been always serviced every 10,000km.<br /> <br /> Firstly, while my Civic still has some go, it seemed sluggish from a stop start and seemed to react a bit slower when I wanted it to jump. &nbsp;That has much improved since adding the new filter. &nbsp;And it has improved the performance with general during drive responsiveness as well, now it's pretty fun to drive when I'm running a bit late.<br /> <br /> Economy wise, my daily work commute is just over 30km one way, and involves some flat, but mostly up and down stretch of road at 80km/hour for around 15min, then a mostly flat 110km/hour stretch of highway for around 10min, combined with some parts at 60km/hour (with just myself in the car). &nbsp;On top of the work commute it also gets driven in my local area at 60km/hour on the weekend, and there are a lot of round-a-bouts for intersections in my area (with just myself, or with the wife and 2 kids, or myself with golf clubs in the car). &nbsp;Anyway, after initially filling with 95RON from Caltex, 9 days of commuting and a weekend of around town driving, adding up to almost 600km, I filled back up with slightly over 36L's, which equated to 6.17L per 100km. &nbsp;I'd say this would have been an improvement of .5L per 100km on the work commute, which does add up when I normally need to fill every fortnight! &nbsp;For those in Australia (SE Qld), my work commute is from Noosaville to Nambour, via Eumundi, and the local area is Noosa.<br /> <br /> I have no doubt that if in typical highway conditions (100-110km/hour) that I could get close to 1,000km per 50L tank, depending on who or what else is in the car with me.<br /> <br /> The K&N filter has improved the performance and economy of my civic, now I'm going to start looking for one for my wife's car.
L. T., Florida
Outstanding!
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