Intakes Spring 2012 Buyers Guide

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Ractive Performance Intake SystemsIntakes Spring 2012 Buyers Guide

Ractive Performance Intake Systems increase cool airflow by drawing air from an area not directly near the engine, unlike restrictive stock air boxes. Sandard air boxes have a series of baffles that reduce performance. A Ractive Performance Intake System eliminates the baffles and with our patented Heat Shield Filter or Superflow Fiter increases performance.

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K&N High-Flow Intake SystemIntakes Spring 2012 Buyers Guide

The K&N High-Flow Intake System for the 2011 Honda CR-Z 1.5L, (part no. 69-1018TS) increases horsepower by an estimated 5 hp at 5049 rpm over the stock intake configuration. The new system draws air through a K&N High-Flow Air Filter that increases airflow and never needs to be replaced. Protecting the cone-shaped air filter, and isolating it from engine heat, is a powder coated heat shield that replaces the stock air box. As it passes the filter, air travels through a K&N mandrel bent aluminum tube that is formed and shaped, in the design phase, to drive a more laminar flow of air to the car’s engine.

For more visit www.knfilters.com


AEM Ford Fiesta Intake SystemIntakes Spring 2012 Buyers Guide

After installing the AEM intake system, this playful Fiesta is transformed into an intense street machine. By replacing the factory airbox design with an AEM mandrel-bent two-piece cold air intake system, the 2012 Fiesta gains an additional 11 horsepower and 15 ft. lbs. of torque right in the meat of the power curve, where it counts!
     The Dryflow® Air Filter initiates the boost in power gains and includes an extra bonus; easy cleaning. AEM’s Dryflow® filter is free of oil and offers simple cleaning solutions including the ability speed up the drying process by using compressed air. Gunmetal gray or polished vacuum metalized finishes offer a sleek under the hood appearance and are also easy to maintain.

For more www.aemintake.com

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