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TripZipper

K&N #57-7000 Cold Air Intake

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2001 996-C2 3.4L 6 speed Cab

Is there anything I need to know before I install a K&N #57-7000 Cold Air Intake.

I plan on doing the install this weekend and want to know any Tips or Tricks.

Thanks!

P.S. I still have the same old problem with my Engin Lid release switch. (past post)

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You're asking for problems. You aren't going to see any gains. The computer limits how much air is allowed into the engine. MAF sensor is going to give you problems once it cokes up with oil. It's a Porsche not a GMC truck. E :D

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2001 996-C2 3.4L 6 speed Cab

Is there anything I need to know before I install a K&N #57-7000 Cold Air Intake.

I plan on doing the install this weekend and want to know any Tips or Tricks.

Thanks!

P.S. I still have the same old problem with my Engin Lid release switch. (past post)

I had mine for about 6 months now. Still fine..no codes no issues..just depends on how much oil you put in the filter and that's when it will make your check engine light come on..but if it does, then clean the MAF and you're good to go..just lightly oil the filter...putting too much oil is what causes some problem with MAF.. MAF is very sensitive

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