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Mazda 5 Cold Air Intake

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$294.99 List Price $534.24 Save $239.25 Availability: In Stock
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K&N – 69 SERIES TYPHOON COLD AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS

The 69 Series Typhoon cold air intake system by K&N includes a maximum flow aluminum intake tube and an extra large washable/reusable K&N high-flow filter with 100,000-mile cleaning intervals for the coolest operating conditions possible – which means the most power possible. Started in 1969, K&N has garnered a reputation for engineering the world’s finest filtration products for cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, race vehicles, commercial vehicles and anything in-between.

  • 3 types available – complete cold air, short ram or cold air intake
  • Specifically made for sport compact vehicles
  • Replaces existing inlet tube and air box
  • Aluminum air intake tube is mandrel-bent for the least restrictive environment
  • Work with your vehicle’s electronic system
  • 49-state legal (excludes California)
  • Boosts cold air flow which translates to more horsepower
  • Includes extra large K&N cone-shaped filter that is reusable/washable
  • Filter can be run up to 100,000 miles before cleaning
  • Easy 90-minutes-or-less installation
  • Backed by K&N’s million mile warranty
  • SKU#: K33696010TS
  • Brand: K&N
  • Fit Note: California Air Resources Board Exempt: Yes, CARB EO: D-269-37, Metal Intake Kit for Sport Compact & Sports Car
  • Quantity Sold: Assembly
  • Tube Material: Aluminum
  • Tube Color/Finish: Silver
  • Air Filter Material: Cotton gauze
  • Air Filter Type: Oiled
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Fits the following Mazda 5 Years:
  • 2008 | 4 Cyl 2.3L | GS, GT
  • 2007-2008 | 4 Cyl 2.3L | Grand Touring
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$294.99 List Price $534.24 Save $239.25 Availability: In Stock
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K&N – 69 SERIES TYPHOON COLD AIR INTAKE SYSTEMS

The 69 Series Typhoon cold air intake system by K&N includes a maximum flow aluminum intake tube and an extra large washable/reusable K&N high-flow filter with 100,000-mile cleaning intervals for the coolest operating conditions possible – which means the most power possible. Started in 1969, K&N has garnered a reputation for engineering the world’s finest filtration products for cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, race vehicles, commercial vehicles and anything in-between.

  • 3 types available – complete cold air, short ram or cold air intake
  • Specifically made for sport compact vehicles
  • Replaces existing inlet tube and air box
  • Aluminum air intake tube is mandrel-bent for the least restrictive environment
  • Work with your vehicle’s electronic system
  • 49-state legal (excludes California)
  • Boosts cold air flow which translates to more horsepower
  • Includes extra large K&N cone-shaped filter that is reusable/washable
  • Filter can be run up to 100,000 miles before cleaning
  • Easy 90-minutes-or-less installation
  • Backed by K&N’s million mile warranty
  • SKU#: K33696010TR
  • Brand: K&N
  • Fit Note: California Air Resources Board Exempt: Yes, CARB EO: D-269-37, Metal Intake Kit for Sport Compact & Sports Car
  • Quantity Sold: Assembly
  • Tube Material: Aluminum
  • Tube Color/Finish: Red
  • Air Filter Material: Cotton gauze
  • Air Filter Type: Oiled
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Fits the following Mazda 5 Years:
  • 2008 | 4 Cyl 2.3L | GS, GT
  • 2007-2008 | 4 Cyl 2.3L | Grand Touring
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"Overall this really what saved my mazda 3 2.3 hatchback 5 speed. It woke the car up with speed and acceleration. The sound is also quite deep and loud. Gives the car a nice sport sound for a 4cl. I only saw a improvement in gas milage on the highway about 2-3 mpg. Change you spark plugs and clean your fuel system it makes a big difference with the better breathing. Don t forget the clean your MAF sensor when you install. ( I got a check engine light)" posted by: Chase on April 23, 2014