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Ford Motor Company Unveils Project Cars with K&N Air Filters at 2006 SEMA

Several Ford display vehicles at SEMA in Las Vegas, Nevada were equipped with K&N Engineering Filters. The SEMA show is the largest automotive specialty products trade event in the world. At least 250,000 people attended the 2006 show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
K&N Filter displayed at SEMA on Mustang GT at Ford Booth
K&N Filter displayed at SEMA on Mustang GT at Ford Booth

Ray Evans of Ford Motor Company uses K&N Filters on most special projects.
Ray Evans of Ford Motor Company uses K&N Air Filters on most special projects

The Ford Mustang GT at SEMA housed a K&N Filter along with the FORD MRT Fusion T5, a sporty turbo charged sedan. “K&N Filtration is the key to keeping the dirt and debris away,” said MRT Director Scott Hoag. “K&N Filters keep contamination away from our turbo charged engines.”

Ray Evans works for Ford Motor Company in special projects on the program team. His job is to put different engines in different vehicles to test the power trains.

“I also use K&N Filters on most of my special projects,” said Evans. “K&N makes a great filter and great airflow.” Evans also said his cars calibrate much better with K&N products. “I also use K&N on my personal vehicles,” he said.

Scott Hoag at SEMA with MRT Fusion T5
Scott Hoag at SEMA with MRT Fusion T5
Evans is currently working in the new Ford Super Duty 6.4 liter diesel V8. “I really like K&N Filters for diesels,” he said. “K&N works well with our testing and advanced programming.”

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