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Old 12-31-2007, 07:48 AM   #1
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Hey i'm going to get a K&N air filter for the next season. I was looking on their web site and found the part number E-2605-1. I have a 1986.5 non turbo car. I just want the filter that fits in the intake that the car comes with. Is that the right filter?

Amazon.com: K&N E-2605-1 Replacement Air Filter: Automotive
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Old 01-01-2008, 02:36 AM   #2
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why dont you jus get an adapter that connects to the MAF
and get a cone air filter,
jus a suggestion
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Old 01-01-2008, 04:57 AM   #3
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AAAAAAAAAH, he doesn't need a cone without a cai upgrade.
For stock. The stock k&n filter gets you noticable throttle responce.
If that # isn't the right one......, because .5er or not it should be the same air filter. That wasn't something that toyota changed mid stream.

Stocker k&n, MSD wires and blaster coil, walbro fuel pump. cf hood. front and rear shock struts. exhaust upgrade.. Start with the filter go to the wires new dist-cap and plugs. You may want to if you desire, swap to arp hardware, you can use a retorque anyways.

You should have a compression and leakdown test. Before you start retorquing anything.
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Old 01-01-2008, 10:41 PM   #4
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E-2605-1 is the correct replacement filter, but you need 57-9005, which is the filter and adaptor. Use this link to confirm http://www.knfilters.com/search/appsearch.aspx
You may also find this useful as a guide, fitting an Apexi filter.
http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/TechTips/apex_airfilter.aspx
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Old 01-04-2008, 05:28 PM   #5
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yes that is the correct filter but i recommend buying a adapater for the MAS and just get a 3" filter, like he said a cone that is a good one but i rather recommend buying a filter made by Weapon R here is the link its expensive but it gets the job done better then any other filter:
Amazon.com: 3" Dragon Air Filter Color: Chrome: Automotive

here is a link for a adapter:
HKS AIR FLOW METER ADATPER: SUPRA 87-91 (7MGTE)-Options Auto Salon

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Old 01-04-2008, 06:46 PM   #6
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yes that is the correct filter but i recommend buying a adapater for the MAS and just get a 3" filter, like he said a cone that is a good one but i rather recommend buying a filter made by Weapon R here is the link its expensive but it gets the job done better then any other filter:
Amazon.com: 3" Dragon Air Filter Color: Chrome: Automotive

here is a link for a adapter:
HKS AIR FLOW METER ADATPER: SUPRA 87-91 (7MGTE)-Options Auto Salon
Thanks for the tips guys! Here's what i'm thinking now. The car is an 86.5 bone stock NA supra. The filter has not been replaced since I got the car (about 8000 miles ago) and I just want to replace it. I'm not really interested in tinkering around with the intake at all, I just want to be able to slip the new filter in. I am aware of the benefits of the cone K&N filter, but I don't think thats where I am at right now with the car. Once I get out of college in a year I will really be hittin it hard with the upgrades, but ATM just keeping it stock. Does K&N make something I can just drop in or should i just stop by autozone and get a filter?
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they do make a direct drop in once i get home ill look at the part number on mine
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