The full size pickup market is a never ending battle when it comes to styling, powerful
engines, and fuel economy. These characteristics determine which manufacture has the toughest, user friendly pickup. 2010, 2011 and 2012 Toyota Tundra
models offer an ample amount of room concealed inside an aggressively styled exterior. Four engine options are available based on the designated packages offered. The latest engine to join the lineup is the 4.6 liter i-Force V8. It packs a punch with an estimated 310 horsepower; not to mention, it offers a not-too-shabby 15/20 estimated miles per gallon city/highway. Any truck lover can appreciate what Toyota has done here.
Dyno Chart for the 63-9035 intake system.
K&N Air Intake System for 2010, 2011 and 2012 Tundra 4.6L V8s.
For those that want the most out of their 2010, 2011 or 2012 Tundra with a 4.6
liter engine, K&N offers an air intake system that will allow for increased horsepower and acceleration.
The system is an AirCharger® air intake system with part number 63-9035.
The intake reduces restriction in the intake path by removing the
restrictive factory air box, air filter and intake tubing and replaces them
with K&N's smooth bore intake tube and a legendary K&N high flow air filter.
K&N dyno tests each and every intake system. The 63-9035 provided
an estimated horsepower increase of 13 horsepower at 5517RPM, and an additional estimated 10.61 pound feet of torque to the wheels.
The K&N air filter provided in the kit is washable
and reusable, and oversized for high flow rates and less restriction. It is
made of a specially woven cotton media surrounded by a rigid wire mesh for
structural integrity and durability. All of the components included in
are so tough that K&N deems this intake worthy of their industry-leading Million Mile Limited Warranty.
It will provide 2010, 2011 and 2012 Toyota Tundra 4.6L owners power and
performance for a lifetime.
Part 63-9035 usually installs in 90 minutes or less using K&N's simple installation instructions and
its air filter can be used for up to 100,000 miles before servicing is
needed, depending on driving conditions.
For more information on how to install K&N air intake system 63-9035, take a look at the installation instruction video.
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