If you keep the K&N clean you will make your money back in the cost of a new filter in 3 changes.
TitanLou said:If you don't want to drop the cash for a CAI then go with the DIY Airbox mod and a K&N drop in. Thats what I have and I am pleased with it.
Im not a racer so is 3 tenths of a minute or second.....sudden urge said:It's fun doing mods in small progressions, and the airbox mod with either an Amsoil or K&N drop-in does help somewhat, but it's a whole new world in performance gains going with a CAI. In my case, the CAI took off over 3 tenths running 0-60 and in the 1/4 mile. Save up and put that $40-$50 towards a CAI. The gains from the airbox mod and drop-in are at best 1 tenth.
Im not sure about all this then.....spend over 300 bucks on a CAI or 50 on a filter to save 3 tenths of a second......thats about what it takes to blink your eyes.....Im not sure I will ever realize the difference in that driving to work or to the store.sudden urge said:Tenths of a second.
I would reset it after any modification done. Your ECU will learn eventually the new mod but this can help it learn faster.Energizer said:Is this necessary for adding a CAI? what will happen if you don't reset the ECU? How do you reset it?
anmut said:I would reset it after any modification done. Your ECU will learn eventually the new mod but this can help it learn faster.