DiabloFormula Racing Installs CAI Intake And Gains 14 RWHP

There’s no doubt that a quality cold air intake is one of the quickest ways to boost your vehicle’s performance, intake sound, and even improve fuel economy. But with so many systems out there it can be tough to know which one is best for you.

Sometimes you have to rely on the stats the manufacturer provides. But not every cold air intake is tested the same way. And real world performance doesn’t live up to the claims.

That’s why Cold Air Intakes does real power testing that results in real power gains. But don’t take our word for it, check out this video of DiabloFormula Racing installing one of our products and decide for yourself.

The TrailBlazer SS Cold Air Intake Install

DiabloFormula Racing has had some great results from Cold Air Inductions intakes in the past. So much so that they became a vendor for the brand. And seeing as they know just how good CAI cold air intakes are, Andy ordered a full intake kit for his girlfriend Steph’s Trailblazer SS.

Vehicle Specs

  • Chevy Trailblazer SS
  • 394hp 6.0-liter V8 (when stock)
  • K&N Air Filter
  • Rebuilt transmission
  • Stall converter
  • Modified headers and pipes
  • Upgraded cam

As a testament to how quick and easy the install is, Andy decided to do the entire job on a freezing day out in the snow. While it was snowing. Try that with a any other competitor’s product.

Cold Air Intake Kit Details

CAI intake

Every Cold Air Inductions kit comes with everything you need for a hassle-free install. And every component is built to the highest standards. We use OEM-quality fittings and keep all original sensors.

Andy also mentions the different styles of intakes available from CAI, with the option to go with a chrome or satin black finish:

“Personally I think the satin black finish looks better – it just looks cleaner because the inside of the engine bay is black and the cover is black – so that’s why we went with the satin black.”    – Andy, DiabloFormula Racing

CAI intake kits feature:

  • An inspection window to check reusable air filters
  • Powder-coated aluminum parts to reduce intake temps
  • Air boxes designed to maximize cold airflow
  • OEM-spec fasteners and connectors
  • OEM sensors are reused

The Install

CAI intake

“[The CAI intake] is a simple set-up. It literally took 10 minutes to do.”  – Andy, DiabloFormula Racing

To start with the Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF) is disconnected. The plastic engine cover is removed and then the original plastic intake cover is unscrewed. The Trailblazer already had an older K&N air filter installed which Andy removed. He also took out the screen from the MAF to further improve airflow.

The next step was to place the CAI filter and housing into the engine bay. Andy was surprised at just how easily it slotted into place. Bolting it down took just a few minutes and then it was time to fit the piping and connect it to the intake manifold. Then the vacuum hose was fitted, the MAF sensor reconnected and the plastic engine cover screwed back on.

The entire installation process took just 10 minutes. And the only tool required was a screwdriver. Not bad for an upgrade that delivers 14 rear-wheel horsepower, and improves the intake sound and fuel economy.

Give Your Vehicle The Intake It Deserves

Chevy trailblazer intake

To give your Chevy Trailblazer a performance boost, check out our cold air intake kits here:

Cold Air Inductions offers the Elite Series intake systems for the perfect upgrade from an OEM setup. For the biggest gains, you’ll want our Carbon Elite Series systems. Just like the one Andy fitted to the Trailblazer SS.

Cold Air Inductions is a leading manufacturer of cold air intakes. And we stand by our products with a lifetime warranty. Get in touch with our team to order your kit today.

Cold Air Inductions On Two Guys Garage

A cold air intake provides a quick and inexpensive way to improve the performance of your engine. But not all intakes are the same. Many are made of plastic and absorb heat, which can limit or even eliminate any performance gain.

That’s why our cold air induction systems are made from aluminum to be durable yet lightweight. And they are thermal coated to limit heat transfer from the hot underhood environment. The quality and performance speak for themselves, which is why Two Guys Garage used one in its 2010 Chevrolet Camaro V6 project.

Two Guy’s Garage Camaro Cold Air Intake Install

When it comes to cold air intakes, you have two options: You can either install a plastic tube intake and shield it off from the heat generated by your engine. Or, you can buy an actual cold air intake, like one from Cold Air Inductions, which is already set up for your vehicle. That’s precisely what Two Guy’s Garage did with their V6 Camaro.

CAI is taking cold air induction kits to the next level…they’re really paying attention to the details.

Two Guys Garage

They selected one of our kits because of the quality and details, which they said we’ve taken to the next level. Those details include an insulated, sealed box that isolates the intake from the rest of the engine, shielding it from heat. They also commented on our thermal-coated intake tube and how we’ve addressed the heat soak issue that robs most systems of any performance gains. These details allow our cold air intakes to provide gains of up to 18 rear-wheel horsepower on a completely stock Camaro.

Two Guy’s Garage also liked the Cold Air Induction kit’s ease of installation, commenting on the details like the fasteners. Our cold air intake system directly replaces the OEM air box, making it easy to install without modifications. Even the OEM washer bottle remains in the stock location.

Selecting An Air Intake From Cold Air Inductions 

Our cold-air induction systems are designed to work for your specific vehicle, optimizing airflow with minimal turbulence. Each cold-air intake is engineered as a complete, closed system, from the aluminum housing to the air filter. That’s why we’re confident the power we claim is the power you will feel every time you drive your vehicle.

It’s a really nice, high-quality system.

Two Guys Garage

Since 2004 CAI has manufactured the highest-quality air intakes in the industry, delivering real, measurable power increases. Check out our testimonials and customer reviews to see what people say about our intakes.

Click this link to contact us if you have questions or want to know more about our products.

Chevy Silverado Trail Boss Cold Air Intake Install

Looking to unleash the full potential of your Silverado 1500? Installing an intake from Cold Air Inductions is a step in the right direction.

Trail Boss Intake Install

We all know the Chevrolet Silverado is one of the most popular and dependable trucks on the road today. With its powerful engine, rugged design, and impressive towing capabilities, it’s garnered a loyal following from truck owners. Silverado enthusiasts are always on the lookout for ways to enhance their truck’s performance. That’s where a cold air intake from Cold Air Inductions comes into play. Check out the video below from ZachAtak Customs and see first-hand some of the gains that can be enjoyed by installing a CAI intake on your Silverado:

Performance Gains

Silverado air intakes from CAI are specifically designed and engineered to improve performance. The main purpose of any cold air intake system is to increase the amount of cool, dense air flowing into the engine, resulting in more efficient combustion and greater power output. In fact, installing this cold air intake on your Silverado can result in an increase of up to 11 horsepower (measured at the wheels) and a marked increase in fuel economy.

When I get on it, I feel it…the engine sounds louder and has a really nice growl to it now – so I’m pretty pleased with that.

ZachAtak Customs

In addition to these gains, intakes from Cold Air Inductions provide a more aggressive throttle response. This means that your truck will accelerate faster and more smoothly, enhancing your overall driving experience. Installing a cold air intake can lead to a more exhilarating engine sound, giving your Silverado that unmistakable growl that many truck owners crave.

Easy Installation And Upkeep

Installing a cold air intake from CAI is a relatively simple process that most Silverado owners can complete on their own in about an hour. Detailed instructions and all necessary hardware are always included. CAI intakes also require minimal maintenance – simply recharge your intake air filter every 4,000 miles with our air filter cleaning kit

Cold Air Intakes From Cold Air Inductions

Why do truck guys need an upgraded intake? According to Trail Boss enthusiast ZachAtak Customs

As truck guys, we love lift kits, we love oversized tires, and (in my opinion) you need more power – whether that be an aftermarket exhaust or a cold air intake – to combat the loss and sluggishness you get with lift kits and bigger tires. I like to combat that with options like a CAI intake.

ZachAtak Customs

Installing a cold air intake from Cold Air Inductions on your Silverado offers numerous benefits. It’s a simple and cost-effective modification that can make driving your truck more enjoyable. Check out ZachAtak Customs’s install and review and contact us today if you have any questions about ordering an intake for your Chevy.

Why Does My Camaro Cold Air Intake Whistle?

We’ve seen feedback on some of the Camaro forums about a whistle people have noticed after installing a cold air intake. As the first company to develop and market a cold air intake for the Camaro, we wanted to clear the air on this issue.

The bottom line is this: Some cars, including the Camaro, have a whistle that occurs under moderate engine load. On the Camaro, the engine’s factory intake manifold is the cause of the whistle, not the air box, filter, or air tube from the cold air intake.

But we don’t want you to just take our word for it, so we’ve provided the video below.

2016 Camaro Air Intake Whistle

This video shows the testing we did on the Camaro to find the source of the air intake whistle. We put the car on our rear-wheel dyno, and with the factory air box in place, we removed the air filter and recorded the sound. At partial throttle, 38 percent to be exact, the whistle occurred. We then removed the factory air box and re-recorded the sound. In both cases, you can hear the whistle – either with the factory air box in place or without any air box installed.

The Whistle Is Less Noticeable With A More Restrictive Intake

You may wonder why you didn’t hear the whistling before installing a cold-air intake. It was there, but because the factory air intake is more restrictive, it reduces the volume of the whistle. Additionally, the air intake for the factory air box is mounted below the air box and draws air from low in the grille. The whistle will be more noticeable if you listen to the airflow near the factory air inlet.

Our cold air intake systems remove the airflow restrictions, allowing air and sound to travel better. That means any sound from the engine is much less restricted and more noticeable.

Selecting An Air Intake From Cold Air Inductions

At Cold Air Inductions, we build the best cold air intakes in the business. We take quality very seriously and thoroughly test every aspect of our cold air intake systems to ensure the best fit, finish, and performance. That’s why we could quickly and conclusively demonstrate that the factory intake manifold causes the Camaro’s whistle, not our cold-air intake system.

Our cold-air induction systems are designed to work for your specific vehicle, optimizing airflow with minimal turbulence. We focus on delivering a quality system that gives you more power, better fuel economy, and a good performance air-intake sound when you really lean into the throttle. Since 2004 we have manufactured the highest-quality air intakes in the industry, delivering real, measurable power increases. Check out our testimonials and customer reviews to see what people say about our intakes.

If you have questions about our cold air intake for the Camaro or any of our other products, you can contact us through the info on this link.

Oiled vs. Dry Air Filters – Which Is Best?

Choosing an air filter is a bit more complicated than finding one the right size for your vehicle. In addition to the quality of the filter, you may also have questions about which is better – oiled or dry air filters.

There’s been a lot of debate on this subject, including which type of filter performs better based on filtration, airflow, longevity, and overall performance. Advocates can make a case for each type of filter, listing specific pros and cons, but when it comes down to it, the filter type our engineers recommend and trust at Cold Air Inductions is the oiled filter.

The Benefits Of An Oiled Filter

intake filters

Constructed from high-flow cotton, oiled air filters are treated with oil to trap contaminants. High-quality brands use oiled filters for products like cold air intakes because they aren’t as restrictive as paper filters, which rely on the thickness of the media to block impurities.

Oiled air filters can be cleaned and reused, while dry paper filters must be discarded after each use. So while buying an oiled filter is more expensive than a paper filter, you can save money in the long run by using one. Check out the video below for more info on the filter cleaning process:

When you’re ready to clean your filter, you can find our Recharge Kits here.

Air Intake Filters From Cold Air Inductions

All performance air filters are not the same. Many of them can rob your vehicle of some of its performance. That’s why Cold Air Inductions engineers every air filter to work for each of our specific cold-air intake systems. Simply put, they are designed for optimum airflow with minimal turbulence.

All of Cold Air Inductions performance air filters:

  • Are pre-oiled lifetime filters that are ready to install and use over and over
  • Feature interwoven cotton layers with a pleat count designed to maximize airflow and minimize turbulence
  • Feature a unique velocity-stack radius to minimize turbulence as air flows from the filter into the air tube of the air-intake system
  • Have an engineered stop on the base to ensure proper installation and allow more accurate readings from the MAF
  • Come with stainless steel clamps for a secure fit and a great look

Since 2004 Cold Air Inductions has manufactured the highest-quality air intakes in the industry, delivering real power and great quality. Check out our testimonials and customer reviews to see what people say about our products.

Contact us if you have questions or want to know more about our products.

Cold Air Inductions Inc. Featured By MotorTrend And GM High Tech Magazine

One of the keys to boosting horsepower and torque in any engine is to improve how it breathes. The easiest way to do that is with a cold air intake which eliminates airflow restrictions and keeps the air inlet charge cool. However, most cold air intakes are plastic and absorb heat, limiting or eliminating any performance gain.

Our cold air induction systems are made from aluminum to be durable yet lightweight. And, they are thermal coated to limit heat transfer from the hot under-hood environment. The quality and performance speak for themselves, which is why MotorTrend used one in its fifth-gen Camaro upgrade project.

MotorTrend’s 5th Generation Camaro Upgrade

camaro cold air intake

Image Credit: MotorTrend

MotorTrend’s fifth-gen Camaro upgrade project aimed to improve the performance of a Chevy L99 motor. Stock, the motor made 345 rear-wheel horsepower and 355 lb-ft of torque. Adding a Cold Air Induction intake and performing an ECS tune increased output by 18 to 363 rear-wheel horsepower.

Next, the Camaro received an upgraded camshaft and a complete American Racing Headers exhaust setup. The camshaft and exhaust upgrade complimented the improved breathing of the Cold Air Induction intake, providing better all-around performance. Once everything was installed, the dyno run revealed a jaw-dropping increase of 98 horsepower from stock, for a total of 443 rear-wheel horsepower.

While the camshaft and exhaust upgrades would have added some additional power, they would not have been as effective without a high-quality cold air intake. We were honored MotorTrend chose our Cold Air Induction intake system for its Camaro project and were pleased to see the results.

Chevy Camaro Air Intakes From Cold Air Inductions 

All cold air intake systems are not the same. Many are made of cheap plastic or use restrictive air filters that can rob your vehicle of some of its performance. That’s why we engineer every cold-air intake as a complete system, from the aluminum housing to the air filter. Our cold-air induction systems are designed to work for your specific vehicle, optimizing airflow with minimal turbulence.

Since 2004 Cold Air Inductions has manufactured the highest-quality air intakes in the industry, delivering real, measurable power increases. Check out our testimonials and customer reviews to see what people say about our intakes.

Click this link to contact us if you have questions or want to know more about our products – and shop here for your new Camaro intake today.

Check Out the 2021 Chevy Tahoe Cold Air Intake System

Why You Need a Chevy Tahoe Cold Air Intake System

When you own a large SUV, such as a Chevrolet Tahoe, you crave the same things of a truck owner. You want your SUV to be more powerful, you’d like it to be more fuel efficient (and cheaper at the pump), and you’d definitely like it to sound awesome when you hit the accelerator. You know, that nice throaty rumble? We’re here to tell you there’s an easy way to gain all three: install a Chevy Tahoe cold air intake system. The best part is that it’s an easy install process that nearly anyone can do at home. So if you have a 2021 Chevy Tahoe (5.3L V8 engine) and you’re looking to gain some major perks, keep on reading.

Cold Air Inductions sent the Elite Series cold air intake system to Youtuber Leaman Griffin to try it out. Here’s what he thought of the install process and final results.

Installing a Cold Air Intake System

The 2021 Chevy Tahoe cold air intake system fits 5.3L V8 engines of the Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, and Silverado. In fact, the install process for this kit is the same as doing it for a 2020 Chevy Silverado, which is covered in another video. Don’t be nervous about replacing the factory parts, because this kit fits seamlessly into the factory seating and lines up with all the bolt holes for a snug and professional end result. As Leaman mentions in the video above, it takes only 15-20 minutes to install the kit, so you can easily do it after work one day and still have time to test drive it.

The Elite Series products are built to last with exceptional quality and attention to detail. From stainless steel clamps to thermal or powder-coated finishes, you will get everything you need to replace your old engine air intake system quickly and know it will stand up to the test. 

Why Install a Cold Air Intake?

There are many reasons you’d want to install a Chevy Tahoe cold air intake. Here are the most compelling reasons for most people:

  • More Horsepower – even if you don’t take your SUV off the beaten path much, it’s nice to know you have power under the hood for when you want it. Numerous dyno tests show that you can gain 12 to 14 horsepower from simply adding a Chevy Tahoe cold air intake. For 15-20 minutes of effort, it’s really an easy trade-off.
  • Better Fuel Economy – cooler air carries more oxygen, so it’s a cleaner and more powerful combustion cycle. Our top-notch air filters are specially engineered to trap tiny particles while maximizing air flow, and our insulated air boxes keep the air in the system as cool as possible.
  • Cooler Sounding Engine – not that this is necessarily last, but who doesn’t want a cooler sounding SUV?

So if you have a 2021 Chevy Tahoe and you’re thinking the benefits above sound good to you, consider replacing a cold air intake system. It’s a huge pay-off for very little effort.

Checking Out the Camaro ZL1 Elite Carbon Cold Air Intake

Replacing Your Camaro’s Stock Intake with an Elite Carbon Cold Air Intake

If fast cars and horsepower are your thing, you’ve no doubt at least thought about replacing your stock air intake system before. Dyno tests show that after replacing the factory option with a cold air intake system, you’ll see a positive bump in horsepower, speed, and performance. Plus, it will generally sound a lot better, look more polished, and may even increase your fuel efficiency. So what’s stopping you? With the ZL1 Elite Carbon Series from Cold Air Inductions, you can easily replace it yourself.

ZL1 Elite Carbon Series Intake System

Before we jump into how to switch out your stock version for the ZL1 Elite Carbon Series intake, here’s exactly what you get when you purchase this option. Nearly the entire ZL1 Elite Carbon Series system is constructed of carbon fiber material, which is lightweight, extremely strong and durable, resistant to corrosion, and helps dissipate heat quickly. The intake tube is sleek and the air filter box/housing comes with a clear plexiglass window to see the filter inside the filter box and know when it needs to be cleaned out or swapped. The stainless steel clamps keep the system firmly in place when tightened down, and the flexible coupler makes it easy to attach to the throttle body. It also comes with a high performance air filter. This kit can be used for a 2017-2021 Camaro ZL1.

How to Replace Air Intake System

The process of replacing an air intake system might seem a little confusing if you don’t do a lot of work on your car yourself. But it’s really pretty simple, especially when using this kit because it comes with everything you need and a great installation booklet. Check out the video below to see just how easy it is.

  1. Start by loosening the clamps and screws on your stock or existing air intake. Then make sure to carefully remove the mass air flow (MAF) sensor and detach the PCV tube. When everything is disconnected, pull the whole thing out of the car.
  2. Next, it’s assembly time, which is super simple. Attach the carbon fiber intake tube to the high performance filter by screwing them together. Insert the air filter portion into the filter housing box, and pop it into place. Place the foam gasket around the lower intake of the filter box.
  3. Slip the coupler boot onto the throttle body tube (paying attention to the text that indicates which way it should go on). Then slip the intake tube into the other side of the coupler boot. For this reason, you should attach the intake tube side first, and then rotate the air filter box down into place.
  4. Tighten the stainless steel clamps around the coupler boot first to ensure it is snug. Insert the retainer clips on the air filter body into the grommets on your car to attach them.
  5. Last, plug in the PCV tube again and gently reinsert the MAF sensor into the appropriate place on the intake tube. As you can see in the video, it may be a tight fit, so take it slowly so as not to cause any damage.

And just like that, you could have a better sounding, better looking, and better performing Camaro. As you can see, installing a cold air intake system is not that complicated, especially when you use the ZL1 Elite Carbon Series. It comes with some great instructions that you can follow, or you can just reference the video above for a more visual look at the process.

2019 Silverado Cold Air Intake Review | Cold Air Inductions Inc.

Getting a Quality 2019 Silverado Cold Air Intake for a Reasonable Price

In a world where car and truck Cold Air Intake brands are a dime a dozen, it can be hard to stand out. Like many performance enthusiasts,  my early days in the custom car and truck scene involved going to Ebay and finding the cheapest parts I could, then waiting weeks if not months for them to arrive from overseas (usually China).  It was all about spending the least amount of money, and having the most aftermarket parts on my ride.  Fast forward to today and not much has changed, except one thing.   I learned to understand the importance of quality aftermarket parts.

My current vehicle is a 2019 Silverado RST.   I purchased it back in March of 2019 and immediately I was looking for aftermarket parts to install.  A Cold Air Intake System for my 2019 Silverado rst was one of the first items on my list, as it is for most enthusiasts.  My search turned up very few results though, being that this is a new generation of Silverado in its first production year.  Enter Cold Air Inductions Inc.  They manufacture Cold Air Intakes for a wide variety of late model cars and trucks, and specifically several for GM and Chevy like Chevy Colorado intakes, Canyon intakes, and Camaro intakes.   After researching the company and the product, I decided to try them out. 

Silverado Cold Air Intake Unboxing

I received a tracking number for my order the very next day, which came as a nice surprise since usually with other manufacturers you have to wait days before your order shows as shipped. I ordered the Elite Series Cold Air Intake System for the 2019-2020 Silverado 1500 equipped with the 5.3L V8 engine (retail $379-$399).   After a few days of checking tracking every couple of hours, the intake system arrived!  The packaging was neat and well thought out.  Everything was wrapped and protected so as not to scratch any of the parts during transit.  Upon initial inspection, the quality of this Cold Air Intake System was outstanding.  All of the welds looked neat and even.  The intake tube was coated both inside and out, and all of the rubber connectors and clamps were high quality.   I was expecting the Cold Air box to be sheet metal and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it was actually thick cast metal.   The cast metal is still lightweight, but the extra thickness acts as a barrier keeping hot air out of the intake box.  They even went as far as to key the MAF port so that you can’t install the MAF sensor backwards.  All hardware was included, as well as very detailed instructions with photos. 

Silverado Cold Air Intake Install Video 

This Cold Air Intake System was very well engineered, and that showed during installation.  After skimming over the instructions to get a general sense of the task at hand, I collected my tools and began.   I only needed a few sockets, a few screwdrivers, and an allen wrench to complete the installation.  In true gearhead fashion, I installed the Cold Air Intake System in my driveway, mere feet from a nice shaded garage.  I was too eager to spend the extra 30 seconds pulling my truck inside.  Pulling off the Factory Air intake was probably the most difficult part of the entire process.  Once it was all removed, there were only a few bolts and clamps to tighten and I was done!  The fit is that of a factory setup.  Everything looks in its home and all of the components are showcased in the engine bay. 

Silverado Cold Air Intake Dyno Test/Review

Typically, a Cold Air Intake System won’t net you any performance gains without an ECM tune.  This prompted me to head straight to the Dyno and see for myself.  These trucks are still ECM locked from the factory, so any performance gains I see would surely be from the Intake System.   After establishing a baseline run of a whopping 277 horsepower to the rear wheels with the stock intake setup (and heavy 26″ wheels ), it was time to reinstall the Cold Air Inductions unit and let her rip once more!  I was surprised to see much smoother power delivery across the RPMs, especially in the higher range.  Overall I saw a gain of 5 horsepower to the wheels, and 6.5 foot pounds of torque with the peak horsepower hitting at 5300 RPM and the max torque at 4900 RPM.   All of this running on 87 octane pump gas.

The real fun with this Cold Air Intake System comes in the day to day driving.   Punch the throttle and you can hear the Intake Sucking air with force.   I’m used to hearing the engine revving as I accelerate through the RPMs, but the addition of this intake has deepened the sound drastically.   Trucks are not sporty by any means, but the more aggressive sound has me giving the throttle a little more foot than normal!    

As I am writing this I have had the Cold Air Inductions Inc. Cold Air Intake System on my truck for about a week, and around 1000 miles (I drive a lot).   The one thing I was the most pleased with was the additional gas mileage.  One of the great features of modern cars and trucks is the onboard computer systems.  I can see my average MPG over the last 50 miles, or 400 miles.   I keep a watch on the 400 mile average because it is the most accurate depiction of how I drive.  The 50 mile average is too affected by the occasional run up to 5k RPMs as well as sitting in traffic.  Only one of which I enjoy.  After a week of driving, my 400 mile average has gone up about .7 MPG.  While this is great, I’m sure it would have gone up more had I not enjoyed the throttle as much.  Rest assured, I will never know! 

In conclusion, I am very pleased with this addition to my 2019 Silverado.  The Cold Air Intake System again earned it’s spot as one of the first items that should be purchased when beginning to mod your car or truck, and Cold Air Inductions Inc. knocked it out of the park with this system.  Now it’s time to get back to the Internet and search for the next mod to my truck! 

The NEW 2016-2019 GM 3.6L V6 Camaro Cold Air Intake

All New V6 Chevy Camaro Cold Air Intake

If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to increase the horsepower of your 3.6L V6 Chevy Camaro look no further. We’re introducing a new high-performance air intake system that can increase the horsepower of your Chevy Camaro up to 13 horsepower. With our high-performance V6 Camaro cold air intake, we have seen an average increase of 11 real-wheel horsepower.


  • Insulated Aluminum Air Box
  • Air Box Lid with Clear Inspection Window
  • Thermal-Coated Intake Tube
  • High-Performance Air Filter
  • Black Silicone Coupler / Stainless Clamps
  • Installation instructions

This Cold Air Intake System Fits:

2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Chevrolet Camaro 3.6L V6