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Q:This says this is an exact fit for my truck. My air filter has two sensors that plug into the housing. If this replaces the entire air system, where do I plug the two sensors? Is there places to plug them in on the K&N? Do I use the old housing with the new K&N? I appreciate any response.
A:If you could please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle and we would be better able to assist you.
Q:What does it mean that this part is without mass air sensor?
A:There were few models of Ford F150, F250 and F350 during 1995-1997 without the MAF sensors. Instead of hot wire mass airflow sensor which is present in other Ford models these above mentioned vehicles used older speed/density system which takes an indirect measurement of air flow and based on that measurement assigns a tabulated value to the fuel flow.
Q:What are the diferences between the 57 and 63 series K&N Air Intake systems and what's the diferrence with one having a mass sensor and one not. Which one would be better for a 96 F150? I'm looking for more horsepower and better gas milleage. What's the diferences? Do either products need anything else to be purchased to install?
A:The horse power and the gas mileage of the cold air intake differ. It is recommended to replace the cold air intake with the air filter recharger kit which is used to clean the air filter. 57 series will provide you more horse power than 63 series. You can go ahead with 57 series which will be the best cold air intake for your vehicle which has the port for connecting the mass air flow sensor.