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K&N Filtercharger 1.6 Mazda MX5 Mk1
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K&N Filtercharger 1.6 Mazda MX5 Mk1

K&N Filtercharger 1.6 Mazda MX5 Mk1

£104.33 inc Vat
by Nigel Averill
Date Added: Friday 06 June, 2008
Just fitted 10 mins ago. Comments. Fits fine with no bending of brackets, but you need to look at the parts and play around to realise the easiest way to fit them. I had two areas that caused some minor delays. 1st: I could not get the cable fitted to the side of the AFM to come off cleanly and decided to leave it attached. I didn't want to risk damaging it. 2nd: Removing the 10mm studs from the AFM. A drop of WD-40 is probably a good idea in advance, but they were tight. After that it all went together. The cold air feed pipe is a joke. There is no space to feed it through down to the area shown in the picture, at least there isn't on a '91 Eunos with A/C. I don't know about non A/C cars ? How does it go ? Feels better, sounds throatier at wide throttle openings, looks much better than the box plus pipes. All in all money well spent, especially if your std filter element needs replacing soon.

Thanks. Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

Average Customer Review: 4.0 of 5 Stars! [After 72 Reviews]

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