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Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by GTB, Apr 3, 2018.
K&N 33-5067 Replacement Air Filter, Replacement Filters
Is it worth it?
At the very least it probably makes the
intake a little louder.
Take one for the team?
I took the
intake boxes apart the other day. No carb filter and the stock panel has a lot of surface area, no wire mesh either. The box is completely closed, The only way to get more noise is to either replace the system with a cone style such as the K&N typhoon or, Remove the
intake front plate connecting the outside air ducking to the
intake housing. I will have to take some pictures of this mod. I gained a little bit more turbo spool noise.
Please do. I'm interested in seeing what you're talking about.
I will start another thread in a little bit with some pictures
Great!!...In my opinion it is worth it, there is no true CAI available yet for the
3.3TT, everything currently available is a WAI. These will not only improve throttle response but will also need no replacement for a while, all you need to do is clean them with the cleaner kit and you are good to go.
I think I would get these instead of the typhoons for the reason robz32 mentioned.
Plus it's easier and I'm lazy.
Well there goes $110. We'll update when they arrive later this week. Will take pics and stuff when I install them.
I just ordered it too. There goes my mod money for May.
I JUST GOT BACK AN EMAIL FROM THEM TELLING ME THEY DIDN'T HAVE A DROP-IN!
And, FWIW, once verified, I WILL be ordering these.
@Kazz any word on K&N making an oil filter for the
I didn't ask. I'll try to remember whenever they reply to my reply that pointed out the link above. LOL
Just got the email about these this morning, will be ordering soon....
I have bought the K and N drop in filter for many cars. At least it saves some $ over the life of the car. It is supposed to increase air flow and give a slight increase in power. Also, if you do autocross for SCCA, after market air
intake, like the Typhoon, puts you in a different bracket.
Should be slightly increased volume of the blow-off/diverter valve, as well. Not a lot, but some.
Still waiting to hear back from K&N. Putting the part number in a search engine, following a link to the UK website gets the generic part. Clicking on Vehicle applications it only mentions the '18 Stinger - but denotes left side airbox. Sure hope they're the same on both sides for goodness sakes.
The factory panel is identical to the K&N version
Part number for left filter is 33-5067.
Part number for right filter is 33-5068.