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Old 07-11-2006, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default Are these the right panel filter part numbers for the 06?

I spent some time trying to figure out if the 05 and 06 Impreza have the same airbox / panel filter. My buddy has an 06 2.5i wagon and we're trying to give it some more room to breathe

I came up with these part numbers, are they right for the 2006 N/A?

K&N: 33-2075
Green: 2019
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Old 07-11-2006, 11:03 AM   #2
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I spent some time trying to figure out if the 05 and 06 Impreza have the same airbox / panel filter. My buddy has an 06 2.5i wagon and we're trying to give it some more room to breathe

I came up with these part numbers, are they right for the 2006 N/A?

K&N: 33-2075
Green: 2019
The K & N Number is the same one I was getting back in my research for one. and I think if you want to go the cheap route i found that the Fram was a CA4309.

Also some books do a crossover so you can take the fram number and get a K&N number for it.
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there's also k&n part# 33-2232 listed, i'm trying to figure out which one to use, and whats the difference
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Old 08-17-2006, 11:00 AM   #5
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Go with Green, honestly, I have felt differences in all my cars versus their K&N counterparts. The construction is more durable, better flowing and carries the same warranty. Plus they seem to cost less..
Green was started by two guys who were formerly part of the performance division at K&N.
We put the Green in my buddies 06 2.5i wagon and actually felt an immediate difference.
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Old 08-17-2006, 02:39 PM   #6
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Go with Green, honestly, I have felt differences in all my cars versus their K&N counterparts. The construction is more durable, better flowing and carries the same warranty. Plus they seem to cost less..
Green was started by two guys who were formerly part of the performance division at K&N.
We put the Green in my buddies 06 2.5i wagon and actually felt an immediate difference.
Where can i buy one of these "Green" panel filters?
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