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K&N57-3045 57 Series FIPK Cold Air Intake - 50-State Legal, Direct Fit

Part #: K33573045 | Mfr #: 57-3045

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(3 customer reviews)


List Price: $489.35

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  • Series: K&N 57 Series FIPK
  • Emissions: 50-State Legal
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Assembly
  • Tube Material: Plastic
  • Tube Color/Finish: Black
  • Air Filter Material: Cotton Gauze
  • Air Filter Type: Oiled
  • Advertised Power Gains: Up to 13.34 h.p. at 5224 rpm
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • EO Number: D-269-31
  • Warranty: Million-mile K&N limited warranty

Product reviews

K&N for Impala by Karl, September 20, 2011

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I bought this part in early 2007 for my 2004 impala SS. I was in Twentynine Palms, CA. The weather is considerably hot and dry there. Not once did I over heat too much to where I needed to pull over or let my car cool off for a while. My engine performs a little better. After 5 years it has only needed cleaning once. I recommend this to anyone. Its well worth it.

Pretty good! by Gonzo, April 19, 2009

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All in all I would say this is a pretty good intake. When I crank up the engine I can hear the rush of air flowing in. On the highway the car feels a little more responsive and more powerful then it use to. I wish it had a top cover to keep engine heat out altogether. I'm going to cut out a hole in the wheelwell near the intake and put a screen so that I can get more cold air coming in.

awesome sound by twintailf14, April 5, 2008

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My son and I installed this in a 2002 Monte Carlo, Iread the instructions and he installed it. real easy. The sound is quite cool, you can here it just sucking down tons of air even at idle. Acclerating to 70+ at 5000 rpm's even sounds better. Higly recommended with no loss in MPG