I'm not sure I fully understand the search function. I know if you search "K&N" you don't get anything. But if you search "air filter" then you will see them. Odd. ???atljoe said:They must get aged-off because nothing appears in the search function.
Bought one for my Expedition (2000) and Acadia(2008). I've seen no difference on my Expedition mileage. Due to that, I haven't installed the Acadia one yet. I'm waiting for 10K prior to switch out. So far, I think it's more psychological than signifcant.atljoe said:Has anybody changed their air filters to K&N and, if so, have they seen any improvement in mileage or performance?
Is your Acadia front wheel or all wheel drive. My 07 is AWD and around the city I get 14.7 L per 100km and the one trip on highway was 13.9 L per 100km.elec_inst said:Hmmm very interesting concept, but has anybody out there compared the price of acetone to gasoline? I think it is a whole lot more expensive. There is a thread out there about adding acetone to the gas
Secondly on the gas mileage issue to put it into about 3 simple words for all Acadia owners and potential owner "It Sucks Badly".
Having said that I recently purchased a K & N air filter and I immediately got an increase in mileage. Prior to the K&N highway mileage at the absolute best was 11.3 liters / 100 kilometers (sorry I live in Canada) but it was an average of 13.3 liters / 100 kilometers.
Now with the K&N, on the recent highway trip, was as low as 9.7 liters/100 kilometers but is seemed to average out over (769 kilometers) to about 10.7 liters / 100 kilometers.
Haven't drove it enough in the city to see what has happened but prior to the K&N city driving was usually in the 14 - 16 liters / 100 kilometers.
Seems like the K&N made a difference, but the filter cost me $65.00.