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Injen Dual Cold Air Intake w/MR Technology and Air Fusion370Z

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Injen Dual Cold Air Intake w/MR Technology and Air Fusion370Z

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SP1989. In stock 8 lbs

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Injen technology continues to lead the way, delivering ‘WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE INTAKES”. Injen’s patented MR step-down process and Air Fusion come together to give you the first pre-tuned, twin, cold air intakes engineered for your 370Z. The all-new SP1989P keeps raising the bar s the only “Tuned cold Air Intake System” on the market capable of producing up to 15 h/p and 11ft/lbs. of torque. “The Best of the Best” just got better with the release of the Injen/Amsoil Ea nano-fiber performance dry filters. NO OIL REQUIRED. No more contaminated sensors! Buy from the company that invented and patented teh MR step-down process, buy Injen Technology.

Please specify your choice of finish at checkout.
Available in Polished or Black.

This Part Will Fit

09-14 Nissan 370z

 

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Weight 8 lbs
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Color

Polished, Black

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