Thanks, thats a good idea. I'll send them an email also.rogueish wrote:I sent a message to K&N to see if they were planning on a filter. Will let you know what I get back. I would suggest everyone send one to get the ball rolling.
Exactly, I did the same. The Rogue uses the same air filter as the 300zx (Z32) and I just so happen to have those in stock, OEM and K&N so I was able to verify.Number 6 wrote:I hadn't thought of it until today but I checked out the K&N site's Cross Reference page and entered Nissan/Infiniti and the Nissan Part Number that's on the side of the stock air filter that's in my Rogue.
Manufacturer: Nissan/InfinitiPN: 16546 30P00
This is the air filter that it came up with:http://www.knfilters.com/searc...-2036
The product dimensions from the K&N site look like they pretty closely match the measurments I got from my stock air filter.
33-2036 Product Specifications Product Style: Panel Air FilterHeight: 1 in (25 mm)Outside Length: 8.75 in (222 mm)Outside Width: 6.5 in (165 mm)Filter Re-Oiling Amount: 0.78 oz (23 ml)Inner Wire: NoTop Style: OpenWeight: 0.8 lb (0.4 kg)Product Box Length: 9.81 in (249 mm)Product Box Width: 7.69 in (195 mm)Product Box Height: 1.88 in (48 mm)
boooey wrote:thats a great price!
if someone can verify this filter fits 100% perfect, i'm gonna order one.
awesome!! just ordered one right nowjsherm007 wrote:
I can verify! Mine arrived today and it fits PERFECT! Don't miss out, they are still $13.56!
Even if you don't like K&N's b/c it might just be all hype, $13 is the same price as a couple good paper filters!
WestCo Justin wrote:Thats pretty insane. I wonder if those are even real. Thats like 50% off of resale.
No, these are no problem at all to maintain, I've used them in all of my cars. Maybe once a year you take it out, spray it down with the cleaner, rinse it, let it dry and spray on new oil and put it back in the car. In all it takes maybe at most a 1/2 hour.Jaded TC wrote:Are these a hassle to maintain? I've never had one and see that they have a "Filter care service kit" that most reviewers say is a must. Is it easy to clean and oil them? How often do they need serviced, and is it really worth it for the advantage you get?
Still showing as $13.56 on amazon.jsherm007 wrote:If you debated about buying too long, you missed it! Price back up to $27 now. Congrats to those who pulled the trigger.