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Air Filter for 1998 Acura CL

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K&N - Performance Air Filters


When most people think of top-of-the-line performance air filters, K&N comes to mind. That’s probably because in addition to being regarded as the world’s finest filtration company, K&N performance air filters will last as long as your vehicle’s engine does and are a factory replacement that can boost your horsepower output by as much as 4 horsepower. 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.

  • Replaces existing air filter
  • Boosts cold air flow which translates to more horsepower
  • Backed by K&N’s million mile warranty
  • Custom fit to your vehicle’s specifications
  • Cotton-gauze design features as many as 6 layers of filtration
  • The world’s best performance air filter
  • Only need to clean every 50,000 miles
  • All filters are washable, reusable and come already oiled by K&N
  • ‘Green’ design
  • Increases horsepower (up to 4 hp) and fuel efficiency
  • One air filter will last as long as one vehicle’s engine
  • Maintain with K&N Recharger kit - (not included)
  • Made in America
K&N Air Filter, K&N 33 Series, Cotton Gauze, Washable
$47.99 List Price $74.21 Save $26.22 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: K33332071
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Recommended Use: Performance
  • Style: Oiled
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Filtration Efficiency Rating: 96 to 99%
  • Warranty: Million-mile K&N limited warranty
see more Fits the following 1998 Acura CL submodels:
  • 4 Cyl 2.3L | Base, Premium
Rating: (see review/s)

"Easy install only disapointing thing was it came damaged but they replaced the tube with in a week" posted by: Nfourwheeler on September 12, 2008

"1st thing to do to ANYTHING with an internal combustion engine.... set it up to breathe better. Make it easier for the engine to get and exhaust the air and it's more efficient. That equals more response from the same amount of throttle pressure. Or.... less throttle pressure to go the same speed. Of course you can directly equate this to gas mileage. Every boy in the South knows this by the 7th grade." posted by: johnj on December 12, 2007