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Let others know about your performance modifications, and help members find the parts they want.
 #11819  by MNSLS
 Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:04 pm
I wanted to add to the Oil filter list.

K&N: (included above)
Oil Filter (Part# HP-1003)
Oil Filter (Part# PS-1003)
Oil Filter (Part# SS-1003)

Mobil 1 (Part# M1-103)

Fram: xx4386
Where xx is the version based on the line such as Tough Guard or Xtended Guard.
Fram 4386 cross reference list may prove useful if you're looking for other brands.

MotorTrend: (Part# ML4386)

Wix:
Air Filter (Part# 49008)
Cabin Air filter (Part# 24120)
Oil Filter (Part# 57530)
 #11823  by Moto
 Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:38 pm
added. I will probably clean up the formatting when I'm not at work.
 #12138  by MNSLS
 Wed Jul 04, 2012 8:47 pm
Sparkplug info:
NGK Laser Iridium SILFR6A11 (in manual and O.riginal E.quipment)
NGK Iridium IX LFR6AIX-11

Autolite Iridium X5325
Autolite Double Platinum APP5325
Bosch Platnium 6731
Bosch Iridium 9613
Champion Iridium REC10WYPB4
Champion Double Platnium REC10PYPB4
Champion Copper REC10YC4


Oil Filter:
Bosch 72167
AC Delco PF1233 and PF1233F
 #12256  by BxKizashiS
 Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:16 pm
Drivenbystyle.com is another site that got exterior parts for the kizashi. It's like another carid.com
 #41716  by TRaj2327
 Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:17 pm
Just an FYI, I got the EBC rotors and pads last year and maybe 15-20k miles later they are warped. Absolute trash IMO. Just stick with the stock ones is my recommendation.
 #48864  by KuroNekko
 Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:56 am
Kiz-my-Ashi wrote:Anyone know where/how I can track down a short ram air intake these days? :?: Most sites say sold out. :cry:


I think only RRM made them but honestly, given the Kizashi's intake design that incorporates cold air and short ram intake concepts, I think it's best to keep it stock. While a short ram intake will allow more air flow, you'll likely just get more noise than performance. That's my experience with them in the past with another car anyway. Intake mods usually need to go in hand with exhaust mods to really make an overall performance difference.