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Old 16th February 2007, 21:47   #1
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There are so many different models available.
Which K&N are you using?

a) Universal Air Filters
b) Fuel Injection Performance Kits (FIPK)
c) 77 Series High Flow Intake Kits
d) Typhoon Air Intake Systems
e) AirCharger® Performance Kits
f) 57i Induction Kits
g) Apollo CIS
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Old 17th February 2007, 14:26   #2
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Stick to the universal ones. Get a OE replacement if you want good performace without having to mod anything. And a conical one for even better performance
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Whats the difference btw Typhoon Air Intake Systems and Air Induction Kits??? The filter kinda looks the same
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karthik : hmm iam unable to find answer to your question

waiting for k&n technical department to reply the same
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The description on their website seems to be similar... Right, lets with for the techies comments
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mail from K&N


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Hello,



Actually all information can be found on our website: K&N High Performance Air Filters, Oil Filters, & Cold Air Intakes - Official K&N Engineering Site.

The difference is that Typhoon kits have aluminium intake tubes (with integrated MAS adaptor if needed), whereas the induction kits have plastic intake tubes. At the following link you can find what products we have for your vehicle: K&N car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, atv, personal watercraft, etc. application search. If we have listed products for the particular vehicle, you can see information of the product and you can even see the instruction sheet.

Kind regards,

Roel van Mil
Product Development Technician
SRM (Europe) BV
a subsidiary of K&N Engineering, Inc. USA
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I have checked their website before. Though initially I jumped with joy on seeing the name Maruti Suzuki there, I was pretty much disappointed as it had only the Maruti Versa listed under it.
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