1995-1998 Nissan 240SX Owners Can Add 4.9 HP with K&N's Performance Air Intake System
The Nissan 240SX entered the 1990s with an edge that put it near the top of the
entry-level sport coupe market. Japanese automakers put in rear-wheel drive which
spiked performance reviews including sharp and balanced handling. Nissan stopped
importing the 240SX to our shores by the end of the 90s, but there are many on
the road today.
K&N Engineering has designed a High-Flow Air Intake System (69-7076TS)
in silver for the 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998 Nissan 240SX 2.4 liter engine. K&N
dynamometer testing shows a 4.94 horsepower gain @ 4471 RPM. K&N Engineering's
air intake design has lower restriction than the factory air box system
resulting in an immediate power gain.
Air Intake for Nissan 240SX
With the use of the factory Mass Air Flow Sensor, custom radius filter
adapter and a K&N High Flow Air Filter (RU-4600)
non-turbulent air flow is provided into the free flowing mandrel bent aluminum
Power Gain Chart for Nissan 240SX with K&N Air Intake
The K&N Air Filter is located next to the hole in the fender which provided
fresh air to the O/E system. This allows the K&N Air Filter to receive a
consistent flow of fresh cool air. In addition, the heat shield isolates the K&N
Air Filter from the engine compartment.
K&N engineers took special care to ensure that it followed the Nissan's lines
and that it did not obstruct or rub against other parts in the engine.
69-7076TS is designed to improve engine performance and is easy to
install, usually in
90 minutes or less. K&N Air Intake Systems come with the famous Million
Mile Limited Warranty.
Find K&N products for your vehicle using the K&N application search then use the
dealer search to find a K&N dealer in your part of the world.
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