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Old 27th August 2007, 01:21   #1
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Default Swift K&N Filter part number?

Can anyone tell me the part number for drop-in K&N Filter for Swift?
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Old 27th August 2007, 10:17   #2
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The stock replacement part number is : 33-2910

For reference please check the link:
http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...x?Prod=33-2910
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Where can I get the part number for Alto 800 cc engine? I scanned the link and I was unable to locate Alto's part number? Someone who has installed can help.
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Would it be this one?:
http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...x?Prod=33-2826

Its for a WagonR 1000cc engine
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@ ajo: try this model K&N RE 0930, its a conical filter that suits the alto.
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@ ajo: try this model K&N RE 0930, its a conical filter that suits the alto.
Looking for a stock replacement type only. Conical is too much pain to install and maintain and I am pressed for space.
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@ ajo: try this model K&N RE 0930, its a conical filter that suits the alto.
Can i install this conical filter in swift vxi ?
Or is there any better conical filters ?


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Old 27th August 2007, 14:20   #8
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Can i install this conical filter in swift vxi ?
Or is there any better conical filters ?


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for the swift,you can try the K&N APOLLO CIS(coldair induction system)..the part number is RC-5052AB, i think..and yes.. the universal filter also suits your swift..
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Would it be this one?:
http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...x?Prod=33-2826

Its for a WagonR 1000cc engine
I asked the shop that deals in K&N and they said that 33-2826 is for Alto & Zen and the MRP is 2990
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Old 27th August 2007, 14:48   #10
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I have installed K&N Appollo CIS the pics are at:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...tml#post531794 (pics of different k&n filters)
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for the swift,you can try the K&N APOLLO CIS(coldair induction system)..the part number is RC-5052AB, i think..and yes.. the universal filter also suits your swift..
First of all thanks for your quick reply buddy...
By the way what is the difference between Coldair Induction System and regular conical filters?



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the regular conical filters suck the air from the engine bay and hence the sucked air is hot, but the cold air intake sucks colder air from away the engine bay, as you can see in the pic a pipe which goes from the CIS towards the front where it can get colder air..
the difference is the colder the air , the more power you get out of the engine.


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the regular conical filters suck the air from the engine bay and hence the sucked air is hot, but the cold air intake sucks colder air from away the engine bay, as you can see in the pic a pipe which goes from the CIS towards the front where it can get colder air..
the difference is the colder the air , the more power you get out of the engine.


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Thanks a lot for the info dude.

And what about the intake growl?
Would it be more in Coldair Intake System or conical filters?



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there is a decent intake growl with the universal filter, but i do not have first hand experience of intake growl with the cold air intake, i came to know that there is a mild growl at higher rpm like 3500 to 4000 with the CIS.
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dudes any idea of the part no for a diesel swift? a friend of mine just bought one and wantsto install one
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