K&N Air Intake System E-0780
2003-2007 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke
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K&N's lifetime replacement air filters are designed to increase horsepower and acceleration while providing excellent filtration. This air filter with air box is designed to replace your existing factory air box and air filter. This replacement air filter and air box are street legal in all 50 states and are covered by our famous K&N Million-Mile Limited Warranty™. It will be THE LAST AIR FILTER YOUR VEHICLE WILL EVER NEED.
|E-0780 Product Specifications
|Product Style: Unique Air Filters
Replacement Filter: E-3033
Weight: 11.3 lb (5.1 kg)
Product Box Length: 22.13 in (562 mm)
Product Box Width: 14.5 in (368 mm)
Product Box Height: 15.25 in (387 mm)
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8/2/2012 9:50 AM
i bought the kit to improve performance and mileage.the instalation was a pain the quality is sub par.very disapointedall theway around.last k&n product i will buy.look at something else
K&N should have a recall and replace
9/7/2011 7:29 AM
I bought the K&N Air Intake System for my 2006 Ford F350 Superduty for to simplify the replacement of the OEM air filter and for the cleanable filter and performance. OEM filters cost $$$ for limited use. After installation the base I noticed that it was under the coolant resivor tank (very Close to no room at all). It is not level in the eng compartment space. If it was an 1” shorter and 2” shorter in length would be perfect. The overall installation was a pain. I'm going to hate it when it comes time to service it. K&N should have a recall and replace it with something that will fit correctly, to uphold there good name and to continue to provide a product with quality and performance in mind.
Does Not FIT WELL
(Locust Grove, OK)
1/29/2011 9:36 PM
I was dissapointed in the overall purchase, the top hat didn't line up with the box, the studs didn't line up with the holes and the bottom mounting studs didn't line up with the mounting holes. K&N really done it this time. The whole thing cost me $268. and some change and if I had to do it again I wouldn't pay $50.00 for it. I'm going to hate it when it comes time to service it. My thoughts are inspect it be for you buy it!! K&N should have a recall and replace it with somthing that will fit, to uphold there good name and to continue to provide a product with quality and performance in mind.
Did they really test fit this thing?
9/22/2009 8:26 AM
A friend of mine purchased this system for his '04 f-250. I figured it would take no more than 30 minutes, Wrong. It was going fine untill we tried to put the K&N base in. The screw in pegs on the bottom didn't line up with the factory holes. After forcing the base in we noticed that it was under the coolant resivor tank (very Close). When we tried to put the top of the housing on the holes didn't line up and had to force it again. After we finished there was about 1/4 inch space between the tank and filter housing. On the other hand performance is nice have not checked fuel milage yet. If your getting this system be ready for a pain in the but install and filter service.
Hoping for better quality from K&N
3/29/2009 3:44 PM
I bought the K&N Air Intake System for my 2005 Ford Superduty for two reasons: 1) to simplify the replacement of the OEM air filter and, 2) because I have always had good luck with K&N products in the past. Upon opening the box the first thing I noticed was the poor finish on the injection molded body. There were many sharp edges and the mold lines were poorly trimmed. The overall installation was simple. The 5/8" hole that needs to be drilled for the air temp sensor needs to be a little bigger than 5/8". You can't push the sensor into the grommet without enlarging the hole a little. Nothing a round file can't take care of quickly. Same goes for the pre-drilled hole for the air restriction gauge. Lining up the top plate is a different story. The holes in the top don't line up very well with the threaded brass inserts in the filter housing. After wallowing two of the holes out enough to get the screws lined up and creating a flat spot for the washer to sit on I ran out of material and ended with a hole in the side of the top plate creating a path for air to bypass the filter. I'm sending the unit back to XDP for a replacement. I can only hope this is simply a bad assembly that slipped by K&N's quality inspectors but overall the fit and finish on this unit is the worst I have ever seen from K&N. I can only hope the fit and finish on the replacement unit is better.