I am using it too - I like it. You may notice a little bit of a difference and a small sound difference. But it does leave me wanting more - but I am not sure if that is because it is not good enough. However, I have become kind of obsessed with mods even though I don't do any (tork pipe). I think it is slowly killing me. I am always looking at more I can do and it stresses me out lol.Has anyone changed the conventional air filter to the K&N? If so any material improvement?
I am sure they wouldn't even care for the intake, I just switched because it was easy and I also wanted to compare the sound again to the shorty big gulp. They did not say anything bad about the car being modded. I think this was the best dealership service experience yet. The manager lady was very cool and told me straight up that they can't say anything against your mods unless the failure in question was caused by one of the mods. Btw, I don't have a muffler delete. It's an aftermarket muffler. Delete means no muffler at all.Dont you have custom exhaust/muffler delete on your car? Did the dealer not care/notice?
I'm thinking about getting this filter. Is this the correct filter for our car?
For the money there are better kits. But if you are set on K&N, that will work.I see the 33-5050 is available for a standard filter box replacement, will this work on the 2018 Elantra GT Turbo 1.6L?
The only one it lists on the K and N site for 2018 is the cold air intake Typhoon kit for my model.
Just curious if this will work or what people thought about he Typhoon kit.
It says it adds almost 16 hp, just wondering if it's worthe the $312 price tag.