69-7078TS

Riverside, CA, – The K&N High-Flow Intake System for the 2009-10 Nissan 370Z 3.7L, (part no. 69-7078TS) increases horsepower by 14.2 hp at 5600 rpm over the stock intake configuration. To achieve such a performance increase, K&N replaces the original dual intake assembly; including the air boxes, air filters and intake tubes with an all-new intake design. The new system draws air through K&N High-Flow Air Filters that increases airflow and never need to be replaced. Protecting the cone-shaped air filters, and isolating it from engine heat, are powder coated heat shields that replaces the stock air boxes. As it passes the filter, air travels through K&N mandrel bent aluminum tubes that are formed and shaped, in the design phase, to drive a more laminar flow of air to the car’s engine.

 

The 69-7078TS is currently available where quality performance is sold, can be installed in 90 minutes or less and is backed by the same K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty® as all K&N OE Replacement Air Filters.

 

K&N Engineering, Inc., with headquarters in Riverside, California, has been the world's leader in performance filter technology since 1969, serving the needs of the automotive, motorcycle, marine, industrial and military markets. K&N is heavily involved in nearly every form of motorsports, from off-road and powersports, to drag racing, stock cars and road racing. For more information about K&N, please contact K&N Engineering, Inc., P.O. Box 1329, Riverside, CA 92502-1329, (800) 858-3333, (951) 826-4001 Fax, or to see updated vehicle applications visit www.knfilters.com

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