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Old 05-02-2003, 01:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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[glow tcolor=red, fcolor=black, size=2, strength=1]Does anyone know if they have K&N Filters for the 6 yet. I live in Canada, but I have not seen them yet.[/glow]
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Yeah they do. Check the K&N website and you will get a part number. They have one for both the i and s models.

http://www.knfilterchargers.com/search/appsearch.aspx

Here's your part numbers... YOu should be able to take these numbers to any K&N dealer and pick it up or have them order it.

6i: 33-2278
6s: 33-2279

Eh.. I was bored and figured I would do it myself :)
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Thanks a lot. by the way, do you use synthetic or standard oil for your M6.
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I use standard... Mazda says there is no use for using synthetic.
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Just watch out. My boyfriend had one installed on his Hyundai Tiburon and it caused some problems. When it got cold and wet over the winter, some moister got into one of the sensors and the car didn’t like it. He had it removed and now it’s running fine. He’s planning on installing it again, but just leaving it in for the summer months.
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* * * * * * I use standard... Mazda says there is no use for using synthetic.[/b]

That is not true. Mazda does not "recommend" synthetics as a matter of policy due to the fact that it causes problems with the rotary engines--certain rotor seals are suspected of failing under certain condidtions using certain synthetic formulas. I can assure you that synthetics offer many advantages in piston based enignes over petrolium based oil.
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