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this is the OE filter, I tried and it works
it has a locking mechanism on 1 side, but I don't think having it or not is crucial as it's still secured by the cover

as for cold air kit, I'm fairly certain Sonata N-line, Kia K5 GT kit should work as they are the same engine if you can't find a Santa Cruz kit
 

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Does anybody know the part number for the air filter or cold air intake kit yet?
I went to the Hyundai dealer parts department and asked for the stock air filter part number which is 28113L1000. Then I asked what other vehicles that air filter would fit in and they said 21-22 Tucson, 19-22, sonata, and 20-22 Santa Fe. So I looked up the Santa Fe and saw it has the same 2.5L turbo I4 as the Santa Cruz and then went to the K&N website and looked a Santa Fe drop in air filter. The K&N filter part number is 33-5108. So that’s the one I’m going to order.
 

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I went to the Hyundai dealer parts department and asked for the stock air filter part number which is 28113L1000. Then I asked what other vehicles that air filter would fit in and they said 21-22 Tucson, 19-22, sonata, and 20-22 Santa Fe. So I looked up the Santa Fe and saw it has the same 2.5L turbo I4 as the Santa Cruz and then went to the K&N website and looked a Santa Cruz drop in air filter. The K&N filter part number is 33-5108. So that’s the one I’m going to order.
were you able to confirm the new filter fits?
im looking to get one from AFE, hopefully the dry model so I don’t have to deal with oiling. I run one on my race car and it works very well.
 

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Does anybody know the part number for the air filter or cold air intake kit yet?
Does anybody know the part number for the air filter or cold air intake kit yet?
Hello Folks
I am in the process of engineering a cold air intake using the factory air box and new improved ram air intake.
It will be tight but I won't be sucking hot air and I will list the parts I use.
I will also map with Dyno
 

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I went to the Hyundai dealer parts department and asked for the stock air filter part number which is 28113L1000. Then I asked what other vehicles that air filter would fit in and they said 21-22 Tucson, 19-22, sonata, and 20-22 Santa Fe. So I looked up the Santa Fe and saw it has the same 2.5L turbo I4 as the Santa Cruz and then went to the K&N website and looked a Santa Cruz drop in air filter. The K&N filter part number is 33-5108. So that’s the one I’m going to order.
Did anyone get this and find it really tight compared to the oem?
 

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Sxth element in Spartanburg, SC is looking for a SC owner (with the 2.5T) to fit one of their intakes and possibly a mid pipe or exhaust. I’m hoping the K5 GT/Sonata N Line parts will transfer to the SC since they share a very similar drivetrain.

If you live in the area, they would probably make it worth your while to borrow your SC for a day or so.

 

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How long have you been using it, any MPG difference?
I’ve had it on since mid December. I usually put them in so I don’t have to buy replacements. For me, no real noticeable difference in mpg, but my SC was still in the break in period when I installed it. Averaging 23mpg right now with my local driving. I think my highest mpg has been 26 thus far on a long highway trip. I’m not a 55mph kind of person. Typically run with the flow of traffic on our highway which is in the 70’s (80’s for some).
 
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