How to Clean and Recharge / Oil a K&N air filter
Last air filer you'll ever have to buy, if you maintain it! In this video
I show you how to clean and "recharge" your K&N air filter. Today's
vehicle example is a 1999 Honda Civic with a B16 motor.
This video is a little bit on the long side, but I wanted to be thorough
showing every step involved in maintaining these filters so you can get
maximum performance and service life from these filters.
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How to clean your K&N drop-in filter using the K&N recharger cleaning kit
Just a demonstration on how to clean your K&N air filter using the
recharger kit on my 2007 Ford F-150, 5.4L Triton V8. It works the same for
all K&N filters, whether they're oval or square.
Also as an FYI, K&N filters regardless if new or not, will have tiny pin
holes all through the filter. When you oil it, make sure you spray oil onto
those holes to cover them up.
Will a K&N air filter save you money over a paper filter? - Auto Information Series
My test results indicate YES. The cost savings in just the hard filter cost
comes at about 150,000 miles. However, the fuel savings benefit will kick
in much sooner. With a well used filter, it saves money at about 20,000
Better gas mileage and maybe better performance makes the K&N filter a good
buy if you plan to keep the car for a while. I put about 25,000 miles on my
car last year so I am in the green with mine.
How to clean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yX68lvzyXyw
General K&N Info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZUzGNdPTys
Dinan Cold Air Intake BMW 323i Before And After
this is a carbon fibre dinan cold air intake that we installed, i record
the car revving and accelerating before the new intake, then we install the
intake then take a new video of it revving, and accelerating. the sound is
just awesome that this beast makes....
K&N 77 Series Performance Cold Air Intake system on Silverado
A before and after look at a new K&N 77 series intake system on a 2000
Chevrolet 1500 4.8L V8.
If you are looking to buy this for your truck, I recommend it 100%.
Increased gas millage and increased horsepower (both noticeably
Wish I would have purchased it earlier.
sorry for the poor sound quality.
(and i will never rev my engine again.)
Cold Air Intake with Blow Off Valve - Sound Test
CPE CAI - Homemade DIY Cold Air Intake with Blow Off Valve - Mazda cx7
Engine light is on for stuck EGR valve. fixed using seafoam.
Melted out the stock MAF socket with a soldering iron.
Purchased K&N air filter and placed it on the end of the tube.
just that easy.
This is a Mazda cx7 GT 2.3 L MZR turbocharged I4 with 244 bhp and has an internal
blow off valve to regulate engine psi. The blow off valve sound is hidden
while using the stock setup. After the modification the internal blow off
valve can be heard.
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Injen True Cold Air Intake Install - 2014 Civic Si
For more information and/or to purchase this Injen True Cold Air Intake,
follow this link:
We install the new version of the Injen Cold Air Intake for the 2012+ Civic
Si and 2013+ Acura ILX. This "True Cold Air" version gives better overall
performance than the original Injen Cold Air Intake. Sit back and relax
while we do all the hard work!
Benefits of the Injen True Cold Air Intake over the first generation cold
* Reaches further down to bring colder air in to your engine.
* Relocates battery with included hardware to minimize the intake bends.
This results in the highest flow possible.
* Colder air and less intake restriction means more power!
* Includes all installation hardware needed.
2012+ Honda Civic Si models (coupe and sedan).
2013+ Acura ILX 6 speed manual models. See our sister site,
http://www.proimporttuners.com, to purchase this intake for your Acura ILX.
Polished (featured in this video)
Summary of Important Steps of the Injen True Cold Air Intake Install:
1. Uninstall upper portion of factory intake system
2. Remove factory "CCV" tube and use Injen hardware to join factory coolant
3. Remove battery and tray
4. Remove misc tubes and items
5. Remove final (lower) pieces of factory intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=730). The front bumper needs
to be removed first (see our separate video for how to do this).
6. Install Injen battery tray / bracket and factory battery
7. Put on throttle body coupler for the Injen True Cold Air Intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1342). Also install the MAF
sensor on the upper intake tube.
8. Install Injen Vibra-Mount
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1400). Please note the 2014
Civic Si requires a small amount of drilling, unlike previous years.
9. Install lower silicone portion of Injen True Cold Air Intake system
10. Install upper pipe of Injen intake
11. Put on lower most curved aluminum pipe section for the Injen intake
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1660). Also install the Injen
filter and tighten down all other clamps on intake, making sure there is
enough clearance everywhere.
12. Finish connecting misc. items, such as battery and MAF sensor
13. Go out and take a drive and experience the POWER of the Injen True Cold
Air Intake! :)
IMPORTANT SAFETY DISCLAIMER: When working on your car, always follow proper
safety procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, letting your car
cool down, using the correct tools and protection, jacking/lifting your car
correctly, and in general being careful about what you are doing. If you do
not feel confident doing something, do not attempt it! Instead, have
someone else with more experience try or hire a professional. PRO Civic
cannot be held responsible for any incidental or direct damages, injuries,
or additional costs caused by installing any of the parts featured in our
Dirt Bike K&N Air Filter Installation
This BikeBandit.com How To Video overviews Dirt Bike K&N Air Filter
Installation with Steve Matthes and was produced by Transworld Motocross.
K&N air filters are one of the best known brands out there for a reason.
K&N dirt bike air filters allow your motorcycle to breathe better -
delivering more power when it counts. Installing a K&N filter on a dirt
bike is a fairly simple process and offers great performance gains. You can
find dirt bike K&N air filters on the BikeBandit.com website at
Are K&N Air Filters worth it?
Why I've switched to using paper air filters in my car. K&N has larger
pores, which lets in more dirt to your engine! Also, the oil on them can
cover your mass air flow sensor and destroy it.
Here's the filter that I current use and am happy with (search your own
vehicle since they are all different); http://amzn.to/14Z3y7k
Video on a Dyno
comparing a K&N to stock air filter:
Also see - cold air intakes mythbusted -
See Jay Leno asking a Ford engineer if cold air intakes make a difference
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Short Ram vs Cold Air Intake Kits: Which to Choose? Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
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Andy's Auto Sport presents a video about the differences between short ram
air intakes and cold air intakes, with examples of each for easy reference.
Air intake kits offer performance by replacing the restrictive factory air
box in your vehicle with free-flowing components. From stock replacement
parts to high-performance aftermarket accessories, Andy's Auto Sport has
what you need to get the looks and power your vehicle deserves.
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Cold Air Intake - Explained
How cold air intakes work. How do cold air intakes increase horsepower? What is the
relationship between air temperature and horsepower? This video
explains the theory behind cold air intakes.
Note: This video assumes pressure remains constant for all situations, and
that air density is strictly dependent on air temperature. This video also
assumes air is dry, containing 79% nitrogen and 21% oxygen.
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Ford 5.4L 2v Engine Intake Gaskets P0171 P0174
These are the intake gaskets I recommend-(check fitment guide)
Water crossover Gaskets should also be changed-
If you are leaking coolant from the intake it is likely cracked here is an
ideal replacement-(check fitment guide)
In this video I show in detail how to change the intake gaskets on a 5.4L
2v for the all too common vacuum leak concerns. This will likely set codes
P0171 P0174 for a lean condition which may only be present on a cold
Intake Torque Spec- 18in lb then tighten to 18ft lb in sequence.
Intake Torque Sequence-
Clearing DTC's and learned fuel trims-