Takeda USA Releases an Attack Cold Air Intake for the 2009-12 Nissan 370Z V6-3.7L

Takeda by aFe, is pleased to announce the release of their new Takeda Attack Cold Air intake for the 2009-12 Nissan 370Z V6-3.7L part number TA-3017P.
This Takeda performance air intake system uses a unique dual flange filter design engineered to maximize surface area and flow. The placement of the unique single air filter specifically designed to fit flawlessly in the area in front of the radiator guarantees a supply of cool, high pressure fresh air for maximum power gains. The Takeda philosophy of "no cutting or drilling" is maintained with this intake system, as flexible high resistance silicone couplings are used to pass through existing openings in the radiator core support. Whether for street or race, this is the ultimate intake system for the 370Z.

In recent testing this Takeda "Attack" Cold Air intake produced 15 horsepower and 16 lbs. x ft. torque, while outflowing the factory intake by 35%.

Part Number TA-3017P retails for around $495.00 and is available in stores now.

For more information on this or any other Takeda product, please visit our website at www.takedausa.com

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