Never Oil Your Filter Again!
AEM designs its BRUTE FORCE air intakes for popular trucks, SUVs and late-model, fuel injected muscle cars, and dyno-tunes each system to produce more torque and horsepower for large displacement engines.
Their mechanical engineers emphasize tuning the resonance properties of the inlet pipe to help carry more air to the intake valves. They route the plumbing so that the filter draws air from the safest and coolest location, and provide a steel powder coated heat shield to shroud the filter from engine heat and road dirt. Every BRUTE FORCE intake made is guaranteed for the life of your vehicle.
AEM's R&D testing procedures and quality-first manufacturing processes set their intakes apart. But what makes the intakes better is they deliver more torque and horsepower while providing superior filtration and performance using a Dryflow™ synthetic air filter. Combine this with a steel heat shield, reinforced brackets, unmatched looks and a lifetime guarantee, and it's easy to see why BRUTE FORCE Intakes deliver the most "Air Power."
Manufactured and assembled in the USA!
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