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2007 to 2009 Toyota Tundra and 2008 to 2009 Toyota Sequoia Gain HP with K&N Air Intake Kits
K&N 63-9032-1 air intake system for the 2007 to 2009 Toyota Tundra and 2008 to 2009 Toyota Sequoia
Dyno chart for 2007 Toyota Tundra with 63-9032-1
K&N air intake system 77-9032 for the 2007 to 2009 Toyota Tundra and 2008 to 2009 Toyota Sequoia
Dyno chart for 2008 Toyota Tundra with 77-9032KP
K&N air intake system 63-9032-1 installed in a 2007 Toyota Tundra
K&N air intake system prototype (77-9032-1KP) installed in a 2008 Toyota Tundra
The 2007 to 2009 Toyota Tundra and 2008 to 2009 Toyota Sequoia with 4.7 liter V8 engines have the option of gaining additional horsepower with K&N air intake systems.
K&N's air intake system, part number
, produces 8.09 horsepower at 4717 rpm. It replaces the factory air box and air path leading to the engine. In its place, a K&N oversize conical air filter is mounted inside a powder coated steel heat shield that isolates the filter from the rest of the engine compartment. The filter supplies clean and unrestricted air flow to a rotationally molded intake tube which has been shaped to optimize air flow to the engine.
The factory mass airflow sensor is relocated into the K&N intake tube using a special adaptor, and no reprogramming or computer modifications are necessary when using this system. The intake system offers more performance while providing excellent filtration.
The oversize, chrome top washable and reusable
air filter supplied with the intake offers the best balance of high air flow and filtration efficiency. Inside the filter, multiple layers of cotton are treated with 1.67 ounces of K&N air filter oil, which traps and holds dust particles while allowing air to pass by with little restriction. The filter's size allows it to go up to 100,000 miles before cleaning is necessary.
attaches using existing factory mounting points, and requires no cutting or drilling. It has more of a factory look and can be easily installed in 90 minutes or less with a socket set, wrenches, and screwdrivers. The system is also backed by K&N's Million Mile Limited Warranty.
If you are interested in a flashier look, K&N has also designed a polished High-Flow Air Intake System
for the 2007-2009 Toyota Tundra 4.7 liter V8 engine and the 2008 and 2009 Toyota Sequoia.
K&N dynamometer testing shows an estimated 8.99 horsepower gain @ 4717 RPM. K&N's
design has lower restriction than the factory air box system resulting in an immediate power gain while providing excellent air filtration.
A rubber top K&N High Flow Air Filter
allows free flowing air into mandrel bent aluminum intake tube. Inside the filter, multiple layers of cotton are treated with 5.03 ounces of K&N air filter oil, which traps and holds dust particles while allowing air to pass by with little restriction. This filter's size also allows it to go up to 100,000 miles before cleaning is necessary.
The heat shield assembly is installed into the engine compartment using factory mounting points. A tube mounting bracket supports the intake tube which is mounted to the engine. The heat shield isolates the K&N air filter from the engine compartment and allows it to receive a consistent flow of fresh air.
The installation of
intake systems can easily be accomplished in 90 minutes or less and these air intakes are backed by the K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty.
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K&N Engineering, Inc., with headquarters in Riverside, California, has been the world's leader in performance filter technology since 1969, serving the needs of the automotive, motorcycle, marine, industrial and military markets. K&N is heavily involved in nearly every form of motorsports from off-road and powersports to drag racing, stock cars and road racing. For more information about K&N Filters, please contact K&N Engineering, Inc., P.O. Box 1329, Riverside, CA 92502-1329, (800) 213-4182 for a dealer near you, (800) 858-3333 for technical service/questions, (951) 826-4001 Fax, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.knfilters.com.
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