K&N High-Flow Air Filters™ are designed to last for the life of your vehicle, and are protected by a Million-Mile Limited Warranty. With normal use, they can go up to 50,000 miles before a cleaning is needed (the larger conical filters included with K&N intake systems can go up to 100,000 miles between services).
How often should I change K&N air filter?
The general rule of thumb is that the filter needs to be cleaned when the dirt build up gets as thick as the wire mesh. The usual interval is 30,000 – 50,000 miles depending on driving conditions. We recommend that you check your filter about once a year in normal usage.
How do I know when my K&N filter needs cleaning?
K&N recommends that you visually inspect your air filter once every 25,000 miles to determine if it needs to be cleaned. Cleaning your K&N Air Filter is not required if you can still see the wire screen on the entire air filter, regardless of how dirty it may appear.
Does a K&N air filter really make a difference?
Short answer: NO. K&N markets reusable air filters and high air flow cold air intakes for cars and trucks. They are, in the words of Star Trek’s logical Vulcan Mr. Spock, “a difference that makes no difference”.
Do K&N filters damage your engine?
K&N filters will not damage the engine internals but they can damage or at least coat the Mass Air Flow sensor if your car has one and most cars now do. The oil that the K&N filter is soaked in can separate and contaminate the wires of the MAF.
What happens if I don’t oil my K&N filter?
K&N filter elements have larger holes than stock air filters to allow more air through. The trade off is that without the oil, those larger holes would let in more dust type particles which, as anyone who knows engines will tell you, is not good for the engine.
How often do you oil a K&N filter?
The usual interval is 30,000 – 50,000 miles depending on driving conditions. We recommend that you check your filter about once a year in normal usage.
Are K&N filters better than stock?
A K&N filter will also last much longer than a stock filter but that doesn’t mean much if your engine is taking a beating every time you drive out with your car. It is much cheaper and easier to replace an air filter rather than the entire engine block.
Do I need to oil my K&N filter?
Most K&N air filters come pre-oiled from the factory using automated oiling machines. … K&N automotive replacement air filters can go up to 50,000 miles (under normal highway driving conditions) before air filter cleaning and re-oiling is necessary.
How many times can you clean a K&N air filter?
K&N drop-in replacement High-Flow Air Filters™ typically require servicing once every 50,000 miles under normal highway driving conditions, and the larger filters included with K&N intake systems can go up to 100,000 miles before needing to be cleaned (under normal highway driving conditions).
How much HP gain with K&N filter?
So if you can get cooler air into your engine, your car will be able to mix more fuel with that air, making more power. Combine that with the more air through the larger and less restrictive filter and intake tube and you can see up to a 10-15 horsepower increase.
Do K&N filters increase gas mileage?
Yes, K&N air filters can increase your gas mileage. High-flow air filters feed clean air to your engine, helping it burn fuel more efficiently, which enables you to save money at the pump.
Do K&N filters let more dirt in?
Yes K&N air filters will let in a lot more dirt. Stock engines don’t consume enough air for the oem filter to be a restriction.
What are the benefits of a K&N air filter?
Benefits of a K&N cold air intake include:
- Significantly Improves Airflow to the Engine.
- Guaranteed to Increase Horsepower.
- Engineered for Specific Make / Model / Engine.
- Reusable Filters Can Go Up to 100,000 Miles Before Filter Servicing is Required.
- Easy to Install, Usually in 90 Minutes or Less!