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Old 08-08-2007, 06:32 PM   #1
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K&N cold air intake

i just got my K&N cold air intake today and it says its for the 05-06 and i got an 07 will this still work
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Pretty sure, try it. I don't own a balt, but I DOUBT GM would change the engine bay layout....99% it will
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Yes, I have one on mine. I just had to bend the lines coming out of the ABS unit down a little bit so that it wouldn't be rubbing all the time.
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yea i have an 07 sssc and my k&n says 05-06 but it fits perfectly.
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ok thanks alot
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how does everyone like their k&n?? just purchased mine from turbo tech today! curious to see how soon i get a cel. i had the intake mod up to this point which worked and sounded great but now want to complete the set-up with a real system.
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I really like mine.I've had it on awhile now and no CEL.I think you'll like the way it looks,lots better than that big hunk of black plastic.
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I really like mine.I've had it on awhile now and no CEL.I think you'll like the way it looks,lots better than that big hunk of black plastic.
are the intakes the way they appear as advertised? i thought the orginal early models were black, but now they have different colors to choose from...?? i was torn between choosing between the k&n and injen. i chose k&n b/c i feel a lot more confident with their support and quality, plus being the 'original' makers of a cai i wanted that classic mod as well. is a true cai louder than the airbox mod?
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are the intakes the way they appear as advertised? i thought the orginal early models were black, but now they have different colors to choose from...?? i was torn between choosing between the k&n and injen. i chose k&n b/c i feel a lot more confident with their support and quality, plus being the 'original' makers of a cai i wanted that classic mod as well. is a true cai louder than the airbox mod?
hell yea it is i got mine in and damm the supercharger is freaking loud
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The K&N Typhoon system is powdercoated silver,nice looking.
Loud??........UMMMmm Yes!
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are the intakes the way they appear as advertised? i thought the orginal early models were black, but now they have different colors to choose from...?? i was torn between choosing between the k&n and injen. i chose k&n b/c i feel a lot more confident with their support and quality, plus being the 'original' makers of a cai i wanted that classic mod as well. is a true cai louder than the airbox mod?
K&N always have and are Silver Metalic for the 2.0

Injen always have and are polished OR Gloss Black for the 2.0
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K&N or Injen, which is better?
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Both are awesome intake kits. IMO comes down to color, polished or gloss black on Injen and Silver metalic on the K&N's
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I've had my K&N in for a little over a year now. I love it, I've never thrown a CEL. Don't listen to all those people that bash it cause its not a dry filter, saying that the oil is causeing there MAF(or whatever sensor they say it messes up) sensors to throw a CEL. I clean and re-oil my filter about once a month and never had a single problem. It does make the charger whine a lot louder.
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The increase is awesome in sound, a intake is a much on the SS/SC
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I have had a K&N for about a year now on my 2007 and there is only one problem I saw with the fit. the problem is that the metal that K&N uses is soft so where the CAI is you may get rubbing either on the abs lines or the ecu's heat sink because of the way i installed mine I did not want to mess with the abs lines so it rubed against the ecu to fix the problem I used a rubber and steel hoes clamp that you can buy at home depot for just that added protection. It will however rub the ecu heat sink on the corner but this is ok I have never had any trouble with this.
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