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aussiebattler
28-03-2009, 12:23 AM
does any one know if you can get a K&n filter for a 2007 4.0 ? pre 2007 is smaller doesnt seem to be a part # for D40 after 06, cheers.

MAYZIE
28-03-2009, 01:28 AM
try here

K&N car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, atv, etc. filter application search (http://www.knfilters.com/search/appsearch.aspx)

search nissan pathfinder or frontier 4.0

aussiebattler
28-03-2009, 01:45 AM
yeah thanx i have already looked there it only goes up to 06 in 4.0 and rocket industries dont have the either, cheers.

MAYZIE
28-03-2009, 01:50 AM
yeah thanx i have already looked there it only goes up to 06 in 4.0 and rocket industries dont have the either, cheers.

it hasnt changed with the air intake set up all has it from 2005 in the 4.0?

Aussie Frontier
28-03-2009, 10:37 AM
have a look here
Frontier Parts (D40) 2005-2009 :: CourtesyParts.com (http://www.courtesyparts.com/betasite/frontier-d40-2005-c-4888.html)

I bought my K&N from here and it was something like $30 and as far as I know only the KingCabs have different gear but all CrewCabs are same as far as I know
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Quick Product Details

* Manufacturer: K&N
* Category: Performance
* Product SKU: A60-KNFLT

Product Description

K&N uses premium quality oiled cotton gauze sandwiched between layers of wire screen.
This special design permits very high flow rates, improves throttle response and very long filter life, increases air flow.
When dirty, simply wash, re-oil and re-install (usually every 50,000 miles, see Cleaner Kit below).
Same size and shape as the factory OE air filter, slips right in.
Emissions legal in all 50 US states, works with Original Equipment manufacturer vehicle electronics and will NOT void factory warranty.

* Application:2004 - 2009 Armada 5.6 liter DOHC V8
* 2005 - 2009 Pathfinder 4.0 liter VQ40DE V-6
* 2004 - 2009 Titan 5.6 liter DOHC V8
* 2005 - 2009 Frontier 4.0 liter VQ40DE V-6
* 2005 - 2009 Xterra 4.0 liter VQ40DE V-6

aussiebattler
28-03-2009, 08:55 PM
thanx i will check it out. btw do you notice any performance difference?

Aussie Frontier
28-03-2009, 09:31 PM
well at first it ran way worse. I had to reset the ECU twice I think for it to calm down and start to perform. One of the other guys on another forum said his actually did run better on the stock filters. I had already changed it so wasnt going to change it back.

maddogrc
29-03-2009, 11:11 AM
how do you reset the ECU?

i thought the ECU would automatically change/compensate and adapt to the new intake system.

Aussie Frontier
29-03-2009, 11:24 AM
at the end of the day the easiet way is to disconnect the neg terminal off your battery and leave it off for 12 hours. The system has electronics that stores a charge so you have to wait for it ti discharge.
Or
Take the neg lead off the battery as in unbolt it and physically remove the cable from the battery. Now take that neg wire you just unbolted from the battery terminal and pull it over and touch it to the pos terminal on the battery. THIS IS NOT SHORTING OUT THE BATTERY !
You are discharging any charge in your system.
Bolt the neg back onto your battery and your all done.
If your not comfortable with this or dont completely understand what I have said please do not attempt this.

A dead short across the battery terminals when they are conected to your electrical system could result in the battery exploding in your face and also blowing a hole thru the ecu main boards so again if your not sure then dont touch.