K&N stands for Krappy & Nasty. Your throttle body will get gummed up with oil from that K&N. Stick with a good quality paper filter - they really don't need to be changed that often.Have anyone use K&N air filter on '18 ody yet? I'm thinking of replacing the OEM with it and would like some feed back.
WOAH! Triggered again? You need to get help, go see a psychologist or something, I'm serious. You almost killed your granddaughter and starting flaming on Honda and technology: http://www.odyclub.com/forums/81-2018-odyssey/346595-serious-safety-issue.htmlMr.Ranger, I never made a claim about increased gas mileage. All I'm saying is I noticed much better performance while using a K&N filter in all my earlier Honda, Toyota, and Volkswagen cars. I'm still using the paper issue filter in my 2018 Odyssey. Perhaps the K&N filter would make no difference, thanks to upgraded technology. Stop calling people liars!!!!! It's people like you who make me want to just leave this forum.
Agree 100%I find it amusing that people would think filters such as K&N would provide benefits such as power or fuel savings. If it were that simple, why wouldn’t the car manufacture, who has spent probably hundreds of millions on development on gas saving tech like VCM, direct injection, etc, etc, would just use a K&N filter instead?