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      Great performance

      Tim

      in a year

      You might be struggle a little bit to push the filter in, then tighten the clamp. Make sure you tell your oil change service shop not to replace air filter. Mine got replaced with another air filter and I was completely unaware of ; ) Great performance and no need to replace. Just need to clean and spray it with the recharge kit after a while.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Jeep Compass

      You might be struggle a little bit to push the filter in, then tighten the clamp. Make sure you tell your oil change service shop not to replace air filter. Mine got replaced with another air filter and I was completely unaware of ; ) Great performance and no need to replace. Just need to clean and spray it with the recharge kit after a while.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Jeep Compass

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      Works like a charm!

      Justin

      in a year

      Okay, we all know that more air (a lot more) gets into your intake using a high flow, K&N filter. Make peace with the fact that less filtration means more stuff is going to get sucked into your engine, which is going to allow carbon deposits to build up faster. This means you will probably want to disconnect your exhaust at the manifold once a year and run SeaFoam straight through the intake in order to clear up the deposits. The reason you disconnect your exhaust is to save your CAT, resonator(s), and muffler. If you are straight piping, nevermind. That all being said, you'll gain maybe 3-5hp, and a tiny bit on the low end/throttle jump. If you adjust your throttle response (older gen vehicles can do this via cable, new systems require ECM/FICM adjustments), you can squeeze some more good performance out of this filter. Recommended if you're not using it to go off road! Do not put this in a vehicle that sees dirt, mud, or lots of water.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Jeep Compass 2.0L

      Okay, we all know that more air (a lot more) gets into your intake using a high flow, K&N filter. Make peace with the fact that less filtration means more stuff is going to get sucked into your engine, which is going to allow carbon deposits to build up faster. This means you will probably want to disconnect your exhaust at the manifold once a year and run SeaFoam straight through the intake in order to clear up the deposits. The reason you disconnect your exhaust is to save your CAT, resonator(s), and muffler. If you are straight piping, nevermind. That all being said, you'll gain maybe 3-5hp, and a tiny bit on the low end/throttle jump. If you adjust your throttle response (older gen vehicles can do this via cable, new systems require ECM/FICM adjustments), you can squeeze some more good performance out of this filter. Recommended if you're not using it to go off road! Do not put this in a vehicle that sees dirt, mud, or lots of water.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Jeep Compass 2.0L

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      High Quality Product

      Tom

      in a year

      I have always been satisfied with K&N products. This filter did not come pre-oiled so be prepared to oil before installing. The screws along rear of air box are not easily accessible.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Jeep Compass Latitude 4x4

      I have always been satisfied with K&N products. This filter did not come pre-oiled so be prepared to oil before installing. The screws along rear of air box are not easily accessible.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2014 Jeep Compass Latitude 4x4