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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 03-31-2007, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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K&N FIPK question

I have used the search function extensively but no success on this question.

The K&N website and all auctions for the FIPK intake show it applies for 2000-2004 3.5L 300M, my new car is a 1999 with the 3.5L, was there a change or will it work just fine?

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I'd say it will work fine.
As long as it fits properly, you should be good to go
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No change. You'll be fine!
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The same kit is listed for the Intrepid,so it should work.
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The 98-99 Intrepids and 99 300M do use a slightly different TB bend from the newer years, the difference is only about 1/8" though so the intake will still fit fine
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Thanks everyone for their responses.

Guess it is time for ebay shopping, got in trouble last time, cost me $11000.

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But it was $11k well spent...LOL!!
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Thanks everyone for their responses.

Guess it is time for ebay shopping, got in trouble last time, cost me $11000.

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LOL!! Buy me one too while you're at it buddy!
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FIPK FTW!!!1!!!!!11



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Shadowvox just installed his FIPK and is very happy with the results, he found it for about $175 on Amazon. I'm running one of his old homemade intakes and I can vouch, it makes a noticeable difference on the butt-dyno over the stock so I'm certain the K & N does the same.
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I have used the search function extensively but no success on this question.

The K&N website and all auctions for the FIPK intake show it applies for 2000-2004 3.5L 300M, my new car is a 1999 with the 3.5L, was there a change or will it work just fine?

Charles
Go to amazon.com

I got mine for $193 with 2-day shipping
If you wanted the super saver shipping (5-9 days) shipping is FREE which makes the cost of the kit $176.36!!!

Can't beat that with a stick!!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listi...5795935&sr=8-1

Note, the price went up...but if you keep your eye out, and check every couple of days...it flucuates quite a bit!!



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Shadowvox just installed his FIPK and is very happy with the results, he found it for about $175 on Amazon. I'm running one of his old homemade intakes and I can vouch, it makes a noticeable difference on the butt-dyno over the stock so I'm certain the K & N does the same.
i know this thread is kind of old but you say you have an lhs, now im just wondering if the FIPK for the 3.5L 300M would fit on my 99LHS?
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post #13 of 41 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 01:24 AM
 
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The official spec for this part for my SXT is 8.46 HP @ 5842 RPM.
That's $22.54 for each pony at the current shipped price of 190.76
If you sign up for an Amazon Visa, you get $30.00 off.
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just remember that it wont be CARB compliant, and if you get a dick smog tester, he will fail you, because it isnt approved for a 99, only 2000+
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You Cali guys might need to worry about such things, lol. In Fl, there are no inspections.
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