- Guaranteed to increase horsepower
- Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound
- Lasts up to 100,000 miles before service is required (depending on driving conditions)
- Replaces entire factory air intake system
- Free-flowing high density polyethylene tube
- Easy to install, usually in 90 minutes or less
- Washable and reusable lifetime air filter
- K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty
- 1996-99 Chevy/GMC 1500 5.0/5.7L
- 1996-99 Chevy Suburban 1500/2500 5.7L
- 1996-00 Chevy/GMC 2500/3500 5.7L
- 1996-00 Chevy Tahoe 5.7L
- 1996-00 GMC Yukon 5.7L
- Street Legal In All US States-CARB EO Number: D-269-28 2001-2002 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 5.7L 2000 Chevrolet Sonora 5.7L
- Not legal for street use in the following states: AZ, CA, CT, DC, MA, ME, MA, NJ, NM, NY, OR, PA, RI, VT, and WA
More Airflow Equals More Performance!
K&N's 57 Series Fuel-Injected Performance Kit (FIPK) Air Intake Systems are designed to reduce air intake restriction and are proven to improve airflow over OE air filter assemblies. The intake tube is designed to accommodate the factory air temperature sensor and comes complete with a panel filter that can be used for up to 100,000 miles. Each kit has a quick and easy installation using your vehicle’s existing factory mounting points.
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