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Takeda USA, is pleased to announce the release of their new Takeda Retain Short Ram sealed intake for the 2003-06 Infiniti G35 part number TR-3015P.
The Takeda Retain Short Ram sealed air intake mounts to the factory intake box increasing air volume and improving air velocity for increased horsepower, torque and improved throttle response. TR-3015P utilizes a specially designed 1-piece polished aluminum intake tube to guide the air into the motor and provide an aggressive style. Takeda air intakes use the brand new Pro Dry S filter from aFe, which uses a progressive synthetic media, requiring no oil to
recharge for maximum convenience and filtration. The Pro Dry S filter is 99.2% efficient so it prevents all of the dirt and debris from entering the motor. All Takeda air intake systems comes complete with polished aluminum tube(s), Pro Dry S performance air filter, Urethane couplers, clamps and all hardware necessary for a simple installation.

In recent testing, part number TR-3015P produced an astonishing 13hp and 15ft. lbs. of torque over the factory vehicle. Takeda…FEEL IT!

Part Number TR-3015P has and retails for around $279.00 and is available in stores now.

For more information on this or any other Takeda product, please visit our website at www.takedausa.com or contact our technical service department at 1-951-493-7155.

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