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post #1 of 3 Old 03-03-2010, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
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How much K & N Recharge Kit product needed per treatment on stock replacement filters

After reading the instructions that accompanied the non aersol type K & N Recharge Kit (99-5050), I can't seem to find anything indicating how much product to use per treatment.

Can someone help clarify generally how much product is needed per treatment on a stock replacement type filter, and approximately how many treatments each kit is good for?



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post #2 of 3 Old 03-03-2010, 08:02 AM
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Have you already bought the K&N? If you are talking about the dropin replacement filter, hopefully you have not. I bought one and was extremely disappointed with it. In fact I took it out and put a stock filter back in. It may be coincidence but after putting the K&N filter in my MPG's dropped by at least 1MPG and of course I saw absolutely no performance gain (not that I thought I would). Only reason I tried it is I thought it would be easier to just recharge the K&N versus buying a new filter every time but after reading the instructions and having to clean it out then let it dry then spray it then let it dry again...just stick with the stock one and do what I did and go buy a bunch and keep them handy.

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Coming from the turbo world I learned real quick that oiled filters are junk. Stick with something you don't have to oil
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