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The all-new, OE style Performance Cold Air Intake System by K&N is a sure way of providing your 2019-2020 Chevy Silverado truck with the immediate boost in performance and improving the filtration. The 57-Series Intake is a reliable performance upgrade that boasts OE design and dimensions, yet crafted to vastly outperform the factory alternative in terms of the airflow. The system is crafted with all the specifications of your engine in mind to ensure easy installation.

K&N - Performance Air Intake System





Fits:

2019 - 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2.7L L4 Gas All Models
2019 - 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 2.7L L4 Gas All Models

Notes: Estimated Horsepower Gain 7.01 HP @ 5301 RPM

Features:

  • Guaranteed to increase horsepower and torque[/*]
  • Roto-molded HDPE intake tube paired with a direct replacement High-Flow Air Filter[/*]
  • Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound[/*]
  • Engineered to provide high airflow and exceptional filtration[/*]
  • Filter only requires cleaning every 50,000 miles under normal highway driving conditions[/*]
  • Typical installation can be completed in 90 minutes or less with simple hand tools[/*]
  • 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty[/*]
  • 50 State legal[/*]

Follow this link to read more details about the latest K&N Release: https://www.carid.com/knn/news/boost-up ... ntake.html
 

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The title of this thread says;

"Improve Power Gains with the K&N Performance Air Intake."

Therefore, please enlighten me as to what power gains I may have already made that this product will improve on; otherwise the title of the thread makes no sense.
 

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And make sure you are at that .01 horsepower when you hit 5301 RPM.....not just 5300 RPM!
 

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for starters who is buying a 4 cylinder full size truck in the first place? much less trying to add hp... lol
 

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i mean, that's what people said about your 4.8L back in the day ;)
 
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