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Injen Air Intake - SP Series Intake System

Brand: Injen | Category: Intake Systems

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Product Description

The Injen SP Series Intake Systems Feature the Patent Pending MR Technology Process for Optimal Gains and a Safe A/F Ratio. The Injen SP Series Intake System does not limit itself to just a Cold Air System or Short Ram System. The MR Technology process has its effects on both types. The Injen SP Series Intake is The World’s First Tuned Intake System

Product Reviews

nice power increase, Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Picked this up for my 350z, butt dyno says more power…I like it. Fast shipping, cheap price

Best price out there, Wednesday, June 1, 2011

I looked everywhere this was the cheapest. Fast shipping. Put it on my 2011 scion tc. Sounds amazing and improves the overall car itself

Nice noise, Monday, November 28, 2011

Really good sucking noise from 2,000 to 4,000 rpm, then a very noticeable, loud, and powerful sound from 5,000 up. This is on an 04 G35 coupe.

Sweet, Friday, March 8, 2013

Best fitting product on the market period!

Quality build, OK instructions, Wednesday, February 19, 2014

(Review for For Mitsu Outlander Sport)

The Injen product is superior to K&N or other competitors that I’ve installed. Just an outstanding build quality with no manufacturing artifacts. The packaging is great. The instructions, while clear and well written could be better. Shipping from THMoto was faster than what I paid for.

1. The instructions say to remove the air scoop. You don’t need to do this, HOWEVER if you do remove the air scoop, you first need to remove the plastic panel covering the grill which requires pulling the plastic body rivets. This should happen BEFORE step one. You will probably need to buy some rivets ahead of time.

2. The instructions say to replace the air scoop when done, but this leaves the scoop sloppily sitting on the battery, flopping around. I’d recommend removing the scoop altogether or fabricating your own scoop retention bracket.

3. Because of where the filter sits after install, it is susceptible to splash. It should automatically come with a filter cover for the Mitsu.

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