Does anybody know if there are any cold air kits for the Boss 302.
I was thinking about this as well and started a thread on the subject a couple of weeks ago. What if any advantages are there to using the K&N filter? My impression from my motorcycles and karts experience is it's a superior filter although with more maintenance. Or is the stock filter adequate and there's no need to bother with the K&N?PTRocks said:
2012Boss said:I have been meaning to ask if anyone has a K&N yet. Been thinking of doing it but wonder if there is any real gain.
PTRocks said:2012Boss said:I have been meaning to ask if anyone has a K&N yet. Been thinking of doing it but wonder if there is any real gain.
From K&N's FAQ
2. What increase in horsepower should I expect from a K&N replacement filter?
K&N direct replacement filters which install into your vehicle's factory air box can provide an increase of between 1 and 4 horsepower. Results will vary depending on your vehicle, driving habits, load on the engine (towing for example), existing air system restriction, and other factors.
STIG302 said:I got the same info when I had my S2000. The local Honda tuner told me the air filter and box were engineered for maximum power. He could have easily sold me a $350 intake, but his integrity prevailed. If you've got money to burn, Steeda has an intake for the Boss for $390. On the 2011 GT, they're claiming a 44hp gain with their intake and tune, and 11.88 sec 1/4 mile.
Are you running the stock paper filter or an aftermarket?cloud9 said:One thing to check is debris. I found after my first track day that I had massive amounts of rubber chunks stuck in the filter. You'll want to pull it periodically if you track the car and knock out the debris.