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COBB TUNING – CARBON FIBER BIG SF INTAKE SYSTEM – 08-17 R35 GT-R – 7C1201

COBB TUNING – CARBON FIBER BIG SF INTAKE SYSTEM – 08-17 R35 GT-R – 7C1201

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COBB TUNING – CARBON FIBER BIG SF INTAKE SYSTEM – 08-17 R35 GT-R – 7C1201

*COBB BIG SF INTAKE SYSTEM IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Same Big SF design in a new lightweight, great looking material! Works from stock to big power builds. In stock form, the R35 ECU measures airflow using a Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor located in the stock intake system. As modifications add up and increase power, the airflow can increase to the point that it exceeds the MAF sensor”s maximum capacity, preventing the ECU from accurately measuring air mass, and thus unable to deliver the appropriate amount of fuel. The Big SF Intake increases the inner diameter of the intake tubing, increasing the cross section of the intake and allowing the MAF sensor to read lower for the same amount of ingested air. This gives the sensor the necessary headroom to read accurately for airflow higher than the stock system was designed for. COBB Tuning has used the Big SF Intake to support builds of over 600HP and 600TQ at the wheels, gains of 40% over a stock GT-R!

Increased Induction Sound
Enjoy the increased snarl from your engine and hear the turbo spool more clearly with the addition of the COBB Tuning Carbon Fiber Big SF Intake system. Turbocharger induction noise and bypass valve venting sound is much more audible using this intake system.

Easy to Install
The COBB Tuning Carbon Fiber Big SF Intake was designed to be easy to install without having to modify your car or remove the bumper skin. Installation requires no cutting or trimming or removal of the bumper skin or bumper support and can be completed with simple hand tools. Simply remove the stock airbox and bolt the Carbon Fiber Big SF intake into place in just minutes!

Free Off-The-Shelf Calibrations
Changing the calibration of the MAF sensor necessitates tuning changes to recalibrate the ECU. COBB Tuning has you covered here as well with a set of free Accessport Big SF Intake Off-The-Shelf maps for all supported GT-R Stage1 and Stage2 vehicles. Big SF Intake maps are available for download from the Nissan GT-R Accessport Map Database.

Features

Nissan Carbon Fiber Big SF Intake System GT-R 2008-2017

•3″ Carbon Fiber Tubing
•3-Ply Steel Reinforced Silicone
•Pre-Oiled, Cleanable, Reusable Custom Filter Element
•No Cutting or Trimming Required

Additional information

Weight 7.5 lbs
Dimensions 23 x 22 x 9 in
 

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