We're always thinking and experimenting with new ways to make power, and one area that hasn't changed much since the early days ot modification is the intake. Most aftermarket intakes consists of a round cone filter, a section of tube, and various brackets and connectors to connect to the engine. While nothing wrong with this, we treid to see if we can do something better. And what we came up with is the SpeedBox.

Technically, the correct term for this type of intake is called in induction box, and how this intake manages to make more power over cone filter based intakes comes down to plenum volume. The bigger the volume that is "readily" available for the engine to suck in, the more power you will make.

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1. Remove the stock air box from the car. All you need ot take out is the plastic housing that contains the stock filter. The rubber hose that connects to the throttle body stays in place.

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2. Here's the engine with the atock airbox removed.

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3. There are two rubber grommets at the bottom of the stock airbox. Remove these and transfer them to the bottom of the SpeedBox

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4. The rubber grommets will slot into the these pegs and will secure the SpeedBox to the engine.

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5. Clamp the short section of pipe to the stock rubber hose

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6. And it's done! SpeedLab's SpeedBox uses a genuine lifetime K&N panel filter so you get the famed K&N high flow characteristics, made in the USA quality and one million mile warranty.