Add Power to Chevy V6 and GMC V6 with K&N's 57-Series FIPK
K&N Engineering has released a new 57-Series Generation II Fuel Injection
Performance Kit (57-3039)
for the 1998,1997, 1996 GMC C1500 4.3L V6, the 1998, 1997, 1996 Chevrolet C1500
4.3L V6 and the 1997, 1996 GMC K1500 4.3L V6.
The Pre-Silverado models were some of General Motors best selling vehicles. With
traditional truck styling faithful Chevrolet buyers know a good full-sized truck
with a powerful V6 engine. By replacing your factory air intake assembly with
K&N's 57-Series FIPK (57-3039),
your engine will get more air with less restriction. More air means more usable
power and acceleration throughout the engines RPM range.
Air Intake for Chevy, GMC C1500 and K1500
Dynamometer tests at K&N Engineering's lab show a 6.02 horsepower gain at 4476
RPM for the 1996 GMC 1500 4.3L.
"We wanted to make sure our customers got great performance," said K&N
Performance Kit Manger Bert Heck. "We already have an Intake Kit for the V8, so
putting one together for the V6 was a necessity."
The FIPK (57-3039)
uses K&N's high-flow, washable and reusable air filter (RF-1040)
which performs up to 100,000 miles before service is required (depending on
driving conditions). FIPK's also come with the famous K&N Million Mile Limited
Installation is purely bolt-on and uses factory holes: the average time to replace the stock airbox and intake track with an FIPK
is about 90 minutes. The kit comes compete with all mountain hardware, silicon
hose adapters and stainless-steel clamps.
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