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aFe Power Air Scoop 75-46215Shop All aFe Power
Part # 75-46215
SKU # 476920
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aFe Power Momentum ST Cold Air Intake Systems feature custom CAD modeled housings constructed of cross-linked polyethylene to eliminate the use of multiple components and ensure the coolest air intake charge possible. A CAD modeled, dyno-tuned intake tube achieves maximum power gains while maintaining a perfect fit. The Momentum ST intake is designed around a large 9" tall, conical flat top 360 degree radial flow performance air filter. The unique filter-to-housing interface (patent pending) allows for maximum filter size, which increases the available air volume while simplifying the installation process. Premium stainless steel worm gear clamps and a silicone coupler are used for strength and durability while also providing the most secure installation available. Momentum ST intakes are designed with fewer parts for a quick and simple installation.
- +7 HP and +10 lbs. x ft. torque max gains
- Outflows factory intake by up to +16%
- One-Piece Sealed Housing with Auxiliary Air Scoop
- Pro GUARD 7 Oiled 5-Layer Progressively Finer Porosity Cotton Gauze and 2-Layer Progressive Synthetic Media
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