Would something like this actually work, or is it more voodoo than real worldK&N makes a cold air intake, but it'd $250-$300 or more. The gains will be minimal, if any. As for a chip, we don't have any aftermarket support as far as chips or tuners yet.
I'd be very leery of this; I can't say whether I works or not, but I doubt it. They don't state any specifics that relate to our vehicle, nor a Dyno chart for our engine. It sounds like a universal deal that MIGHT make a little difference, but I wouldn't expect much.
SprintBooster user from the second week I owned my 2021 80th Anniversary Compass. Huge difference. Well, I mean better than off the lot.Hey all:
I have an 80th anniversary edition Compass, and love it. It would be nice to sneak some extra performance out of it - anyone install a cold air intake or performance chip? Any successes?
Thanks for sharing that and the diagram now makes sense now.Just an FYI...The OEM air intake is located above the wheel well liner and the fender and has a "catch can" for any water that may enter the intake. 2017-2021 Jeep Compass Air Inlet Duct 68247353AA | Factory MOPAR Direct
Differently better throttle response and you can hear the air being suck in under the hood also got better gas mileage (2 MPG).You have the exact part no. for this k&n filter?
Any you feel anykind of difference?
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ThanksDifferently better throttle response and you can hear the air being suck in under the hood also got better gas mileage (2 MPG).
Part no. 77-1565KS link below