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K&N Apollo Cold Air Induction Systems incorporate a washable/reusable K&N High-Flow Air Filter within a protective shell. They come with custom mounting hardware to fit specific vehicle applications. The Apollo's shell reduces heat build-up and feeds cool air into your engine, resulting in improved volumetric efficiency and increased power gains. Apollo Cold Air Induction Systems allow for updating your vehicle's intake system while retaining a closed environment.
  • Outer shell keeps engine heat out
  • Fresh air inlet
  • Washable reusable air filter
  • Outstanding air filtration


Product Specifications 
Air Filter Color:Red
Air Filter Height:4.875 in (124 mm)
Air Filter Material:Cotton Gauze
Air Filter Outlet Shape:Not Flanged
California Restricted:Not legal for sale or use in California
Clamp Material:Steel
Clamp Style:Regular
Clamps Included:2
Intake Pipe Ports:All intake tube ports needed for the specified applications are included
Mass Air Flow Sensor Adapter Included:Mass Air Flow Sensor Adapter Included When Required
Part Number:57A-6022
Product Box Height:10 in (254 mm)
Product Box Length:10 in (254 mm)
Product Box Width:10 in (254 mm)
Product Style:57i Series International Kits
Replacement Filter:RC-5052
Street Legal In All US States:No
TUV Approved (Europe):No
Type:Gen I
Vacuum Tubing Included:No
Weight:4.7 lb (2.1 kg)


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I have used K&N in most of the cars we have owned over the past 7 years and most recently installed one in my 2005 SAAB 9-2X. Besides the improved gas mileage (typically 1 mpg over a new stock filter), and the other benefits mentioned by other users, one area that it helps that no one mentions is protection from rodents! We live in a heavily wooded area, and before using K&Ns, I would often find that mice had made nests using the paper from conventional filters, thereby destroying engine protection provided by the air filter. Mice & chipmunks have really plagued our cars, even eating the top of the gas tank on my wife's new SAAB last spring. (not covered by warranty). They never seem to touch the K&Ns, even in my old MG that sits all week until I drive it on weekends. Must be the combination of a strong wire mesh protecting an oiled gauze that they find distasteful.
Joe Dufresne, Holden, Massachusetts