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AEM Air Intake Systems are designed to produce massive horsepower and torque gains as well as better engine sound when used as a replacement for the factory airbox and air filter. AEM intake systems are designed, tuned, and dyno-tested to fit specific cars and trucks. These air intakes usually include an oversized AEM Dryflow synthetic washable air filter for outstanding air flow, filtration, and performance while allowing easy oil-free cleaning. Most AEM intake systems use mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes, powder coated heat shields, and high quality hardware designed to reduce restriction and reduce intake temperature. The design and components of each intake system vary so consult the installation instructions for more information on the contents of each part number. AEM manufactures a variety of intake kit styles including short ram intakes, cold air intakes, dual-chamber intakes, Brute Force intakes for trucks and SUV's, and Brute Force HD intakes for diesel applications.
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AEM uses CAD design to produce their intake systems and they use dyno results, on-road evaluation, and race tracks to validate the results.
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Our dynos are used to estimate power gains and to test various lengths and diameters of the intake duct that will meet our stringent performance standards.
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AEM Synthetic Air Filter Cleaner #1-1000:
Our Synthetic Air Filter Cleaner loosens and dissolves dirt and grime build up on synthetic filters so they can be rinsed clean with water. This cleaner is perfect for our Dryflow air filters and other synthetic air filters. Cleaner part number 1-1000 is a 32 ounce spray bottle.
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