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Add Performance to Peugeot 106 with K&N K&N Air Induction System

The Peugeot 106 was one of the longest running production cars made in Europe. In early 1996, the 106 received a facelift and all engines were equipped with fuel injection. By 1998, Peugeot developed another all new 106 model.

The last Peugeot 106 rolled off the production line in 2003, but it is still popular, especially in its home market of France.

Typhoon Air Intake System for Peugeot 106
Typhoon Air Intake System for Peugeot 106
K&N Engineering has released a new 69-Series Typhoon Air Intake (69-7502TS) in powder coated silver for the 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003 Peugeot 106 1.6L L4.

The kit is a Short-ram intake system. "The Intake Kit took a long time for us to develop," said K&N Project Designer Joost Adriaans. "There was very little room under the hood, since it is a relatively small car. We mainly had problems with the battery being in the way. We went through several prototype kits to get the results, the fit and quality we were aiming for."

K&N tests show an estimated 4 horsepower gain at 5200 RPM. "The 4 horsepower is a normal figure," said Adriaans. "A Peugeot 106 is very popular among the young crowd. The car is relatively inexpensive due to its size, but still makes good power."

"It takes about an hour to install this kit." This K&N Intake Kit (69-7502TS) definitely improves performance, looks and the sound of anyone's Peugeot," said Adriaans. "Because of its popularity, it was very hard to find unmodified vehicles. However, the group from K&N's Research and Development facility in Eindhoven, Netherlands did a very good job on this kit."

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