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K & N Air Filter - KN33-2031 $32.70 at Supercheap Auto Was $109 Fits Nissan cars and some Holden


Came across this whilst searching for parts for my car.

Fits most Nissan cars and some Holden. I will not post the long list of compatible vehicles, but I will link it for you:

More Information:

K&N Air Filters are a high flow performance filter designed to increase performance and acceleration. They have a million-mile limited warranty, meaning you never have to replace. Only clean and oil with the K&N product.

Other filters Supercheap has on sale:

The KN33-2116 fits Holden Commodore and Monaro - $32.70 was $109.00:

List of compatible vehicles:

The KN33-2852 fits Ford Falcon and Fairmont - $32.70 was $109.00:

List of compatible vehicles:

The KNE-2444 fits Toyta Land Cruiser and Hilux - $20.00 was $40.00:

List of compatible vehicles:

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  • +2 votes

    Selling at $109 is nearly double what most shops retail these for

    • +1 vote

      Nearly double yes, but it is still Retail in Aus. A very good bargain in my opinion. Have been after one for a while now.

  • +5 votes

    These usually sell for about $50-70 depending on the shop.

    I prefer Lukey air filters (made for most Commodores, Falcons and a few other cars) as they have high air flow and are also reusable after cleaning with water.

    The problem I've had with K&N is if you use too much oil then you are blocking the air flow, excess oil can ruin airflow meters and if you don't use enough then you are sucking in dust.

    Lukey doesn't use oil on their filters and they are also Australian made, I think the last one I bought was about $30 from Bursons and it cleaned up like brand new every time I washed it with 2 years of use unntil I sold the car but I'm sure it had many years left in it.

    K&N filters will cost you about another $10+ on top of their filter price for their spray on oil and another $10+ for the spray on cleaner as well.

    Overall not a bad price if you absolutely have to have a K&N filter but just letting others know of other options.

  • +1 vote

    I normally buy my K&N filters off amazon been doing it for years.. way cheaper than any store i found online or locally.

    These supercheap prices are good.


    Had K&N air filters in every car I ever owned.


    how much kW do i get at the wheels installing this?

  • -3 votes

    Cheaper to get K&N stickers for your front quarter panel, same performance increase ;)


    That's frustrating. The one shown in the picture looks exactly like the one for my car (Suzuki Swift), but it's not listed. Rah!
    Still, a good deal for those cars listed.


    The Commo's 33-2116 should also fit Subaru's…with a tiny gap on either end.


    I have a 94 honda civic hatch

    Will this mod give me an extra 40kw

    • +1 vote

      If you're like most modded Honda drivers you'll claim it does anyway! ;)


        The other question I was going to ask is will this make my civic sound like a turbo


          Sorry, not likely.
          I'd suggest hooking up a cheap PA system and trying something like this!
          I'm assuming it's the BOV sound you want!

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