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Old 05-24-2007, 02:45 AM   #1
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Is the xB2 air filter the same as the tC? Looking to find a K+N filter, thought ordering a tC filter may be quicker.
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Old 07-06-2007, 04:26 AM   #2
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TRD has one available for 65.00. The tC is totally different.
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some one else posted that the size for the K& N Filter number is 33-2326. Probaby cheaper than $65.oo. Thought ya might be interested.
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Old 07-07-2007, 02:13 PM   #4
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Cool, thanks for sharing that info.
Not too bad at 49.00 plus 5.00 shipping, only 10 bucks cheaper than the TRD.

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10 bucks are 10 bucks!! lol!! Thats like 10 double cheese.
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Found this one on Ebay even cheaper.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/K-N-A...spagenameZWDVW
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These are available on Amazon.com

Just post the part number into the search. Not a bad price either.
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Aight i gots a quesion. is it worth it for the air filter?? i just got an xb2 is it worth it to drop 45 on a new k&N one? or wait till my current one fades out??
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Old 09-27-2007, 08:36 PM   #9
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My TRD filter arrives tomorrow and im taking a nice little 500 mile road trip to test it out this weekend, ill see if I can notice a difference
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Old 09-29-2007, 06:15 AM   #10
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If you're going with the drop-in K&N filter you should consider removing that long silencer hose from the airbox snorkel or relocating it behind the grill for colder air intake. With it removed, the engine sure sounds a lot better and it might even remove some restriction.
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Yeah that hose is ridiculous! I removed it and the tube at the bottom of the airbox sucks air right above the side vent. I drilled mine out so it gets cool air and Ive already driven through lots of rain through it and I get no water in teh airbox at all. Cheap and easy mods!
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If you're going with the drop-in K&N filter you should consider removing that long silencer hose from the airbox snorkel or relocating it behind the grill for colder air intake. With it removed, the engine sure sounds a lot better and it might even remove some restriction.
can u elaborate for me please. or point me towards a thread where i could DIY ?
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can u elaborate for me please. or point me towards a thread where i could DIY ?
Here you go Frozone, here's the DIY for the air filter intake hose relocation:

http://www.scionlife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=188759
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thank u sir (saves mone)
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ok so i got my filter how do i put it in???
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Old 02-01-2009, 06:29 PM   #16
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you can get them at napa i think i payed $49.88 part #735-4677 + i used a $10 coupon that napa puts out .

just drop it in you have to look at the back cover when you put the cover back on theres 2 notches you have to get in the holes or it wont latch.
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ok so i got my filter how do i put it in???
1. Open hood.
2. Release the 3 metal clips that keep the air filter housing closed.
3. Lift up top of housing.
4. Remove existing filter.
5. Insert new K&N filter.
6. Close housing (you will have to push it toward the rear to get the tabs on the backside to pop into position).
7. Fasten the 3 metal clips that keep the air filter housing closed.
8. Close hood.
9. Reconsider doing any more mods yourself since you had to ask how to put in an air filter.
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ok so i got my filter how do i put it in???
1. Open hood.
2. Release the 3 metal clips that keep the air filter housing closed.
3. Lift up top of housing.
4. Remove existing filter.
5. Insert new K&N filter.
6. Close housing (you will have to push it toward the rear to get the tabs on the backside to pop into position).
7. Fasten the 3 metal clips that keep the air filter housing closed.
8. Close hood.
9. Reconsider doing any more mods yourself since you had to ask how to put in an air filter.
i should said where is it. but thanks none the less. and falkens FTMFW!
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i should said where is it. but thanks none the less. and falkens FTMFW!
It's the big black plastic box, behind the battery, with the 3 metal clips.
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you can also remove the white filter at the top w/a flat head screwdriver.
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