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K&N SS-2004 Oil Filter

Performance Products > Oil Filter; Billet
  • Lasts the lifetime of your vehicle under normal vehicle operating conditions
  • Stainless Steel Micro-Screen Filtration
  • Reusable Oil Filter
  • Billet Aluminum Housing
  • Embedded Neodymium Magnets
A K&N reusable oil filter by Pure Power will last the lifetime of your vehicle under normal vehicle operating conditions. The filter housing, bypass valve and call plate are CNC machined from Billet 6061 T6 Aluminum. The mechanical filtration is accomplished with a dual woven T 304 stainless steel micro-screen that provides excellent engine protection while providing a substantial increase in oil flow when compared to standard disposable oil filters. U.S. Pat. No. 7,413,889 and U.S. Pat. Pending

Product Specifications

Anti Drain Back ValveNo
Bypass ValveYes
Filter MaterialStainless Mesh
Gasket MaterialViton
Height4 in (102 mm)
Outside Diameter3 in (76 mm)
Product Box Height6 in (152 mm)
Product Box Length4 in (102 mm)
Product Box Width4 in (102 mm)
Product StyleOil Filters
PSI Relief Valve16
Removal NutNo
StyleCanister
Thread Specification3/4 In. - 16 UNF-2B
Weight1.2 lb (0.5 kg)

Customer Feedback

The replacement K&N air filter has noticeably improved the throttle response on our Ford Transit Connect.

Roger Salway
Connecticut
This cold air intake really improved the performance of my 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit. It's awesome!

John
Parsippany, New Jersey
I figured that to get the advertised 475 horses out of the normally-aspirated 6.4 l engine in my 2013 SRT-8 Grand Cherokee, Jeep must have had it breathing about as well as it could. Wrong. When this K&N PIK finally came out (jab to K&N) I bought it immediately even though K&N had failed to notify me that it was available as I had requested (jab again). It was easier to install than the instructions implied - and the instructions are good. The horsepower gain isn't noticible to me at low speeds. But the difference at the top end is incredible. It seems to leap when I nail it and it goes from 60 to 100+ in nothing (well, maybe a little more than nothing). I could possibly be influenced by the awesome fa-whoooom intake sound - which alone is worth the price of the K&N. But I don't think so.

Steve Kimbrell
Houston, Texas