How can I clean it after 100,000 miles ? with " K&N Dry Flow Filter Cleaning Kit " ? Please explain
Check out this video on cleaning the filter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtv0Ical9V0
If I buy a "CORKSPORT Power Series Short Ram Intake" and a "CORKSPORT High Flow Panel Air Filter", Can I install both in my Mazda 3 2010 2.5L without any problems?
You are not able to install both parts. The panel filter uses the existing airbox, intake hose, etc. The Short ram replaces all of those parts with a billet aluminum MAF housing, dryflow filter, and 5 layer silicone adapter all held together with t-bolt clamps.
What sort of gains can I expect in HP and economy with the panel filter in a 2005 Mazda3 Sport Hatchback 2.3L? Is there dyno graphs available?
~2-3 wheel HP. We have not done a back to back dyno test with just the panel filter.
I wonder if this fits my Mazda MPS 3 2010 ... And if this one here is the same? http://www.knfilters.com/search/product.aspx?prod=33-2293
Our filter uses a dryflow media which has no oil in it and it safe for the factory MAF sensor. The standard K&N filter has oil on it which if it comes in contact with the MAF sensor it can damage it.
Will this fit my Mazda 3 MPS 2010? And is it better to buy a SRI than this? Pro's and con's? Thanks in advance!
Yes it will fit your 2010 MPS 3. The SRI will generate more power compared to the stock airbox and our upgraded filter.