Is Spectre a good cold air intake?
Spectre air intakes are manufactured from high quality polished aluminum or powder coated cast aluminum intake tubing and comes complete with a high flow air filter engineered to increase airflow and performance. Spectre cold air intakes are not only designed to produce more power, but so they look good under the hood.
How much horsepower does a Spectre cold air intake add?
The cold air intake system has a million mile air filters. Up to 10 Horsepower is added.
Is Spectre owned by K&N?
Before comparing them, here’s something that might shock you. In 2011, K&N sued Spectre for false advertising and won (news here). A few years later, they actually bought Spectre. So as far as I’ve seen, K&N owns and manufactures both brands right now.
Is Spectre same as K&N?
At the tip of these tubes are cotton gauze air filters, so they share all the same basic ingredients as K&N. Also, each Spectre cold air intake is backed by a Lifetime Warranty, which is not so different from K&N’s 1,000,000-mile warranty.
What is a plenum in HVAC?
A plenum in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems is a box that connects to the HVAC system. It has a critical function and that is to bring in, distribute, and remove air. Each HVAC system typically uses two plenum boxes: a supply plenum and a return plenum.
What is a plenum in a vehicle?
The plenum chamber is a chamber located in front of the windshield, where air pressure is above atmospheric. It provides a volume of air which is drawn into the car from the chamber through the heater, air-conditioner or vents.
Is Spectre the same as K&N?
Can I use Spectre oil on a K&N filter?
The Spectre Kit has oil that is dispensed in a predetermined amount, whereas the K&N is just dispensed around the CAI. If you were to use the K&N oil with the Spectre dispenser you should be alright.
Did K&N buy Spectre?
When we talk about these aftermarket parts, two brands that battle it out here are K&N and Spectre. Before comparing them, here’s something that might shock you. In 2011, K&N sued Spectre for false advertising and won (news here). A few years later, they actually bought Spectre.