K&N Typhoon Cold Air Intake for Evo X (69-6546TWR)


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K&N 69 Series Typhoon cold air intake system for Evo X is designed with a custom air box to keep hot engine temps away from the air filter. Estimated horsepower gain is 21.42 HP @ 6100 RPM. Includes the full kit as pictured with aluminum piping and wrinkle red powdecoat finish, stainless steel clamps and black couplers.

Vehicle Fitment:
2008-2015 Mitsubishi Evolution X

Install & Dyno Notes:
PDF Instructions
Dyno Sheet

• Estimated Horsepower Gain: 21.42 HP @ 6100 RPM
• Replacement Filter: RF-1047
• CARB EO Number: D-269-42
• Weight: 10 pounds (4.5 kg)

More Info:
Gain a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque with a K&N® cold air intake system featuring a mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube. Each system is paired with a washable, reusable High-Flow Air Filter™ featuring oiled cotton filter media. The oversized, conical filter design allows you to go up to 100,000 miles between filter services under normal highway driving conditions. A custom heat shield or air box helps protect intake air from the high temperature of your engine bay, and the entire system can typically be installed in less than 90 minutes. Some intakes are not legal for sale or use on any pollution controlled motor vehicle in California. See the product specifications for CARB status on each part for a specific vehicle.

• Guaranteed to increase horsepower and torque
• Mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube paired with oversized oiled cotton air filter
• Engineered to provide high airflow and exceptional filtration
• Replaces factory air filter and intake tube
• Filter only requires cleaning every 100,000 miles under normal highway driving conditions
• Typical installation can be completed in 90 minutes or less with simple hand tools
• 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty™
• Will not void vehicle warranty

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