The full size Toyota Tundra was introduced in 1999 and immediately caught the attention of American consumers. Truck lovers were attracted to the large body style, distinct look and variety of engine options. Years later, the Toyota Tundra continues to be a viable tool in the truck market.
K&N Air Intake System for 2012 Toyota Tundra 5.7L
Just about any truck owner would agree, more power and torque is always a good thing. K&N designed an air intake system (77-9036KP) for 2012 Toyota Tundra 5.7 liter engine models that boosts power by an estimated 7 horsepower at 5490 rpm and torque by 8.48 lb./ft. at 3481 rpm.
K&N air intake 77-9036KP has a mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube with a chrome-like finish, a high flow air filter RF-1044 and a custom heat shield to isolate the air filter from engine heat. The air filter is conical shaped. It is washable, reusable, and provides excellent protection for the air demanding Tundra V8 engine. Depending on your individual driving conditions, this air filter can be used up to 100,000 miles before servicing is required.
Step by step instructions are provided that show how easy it is to install a K&N power gaining performance air intake on a 5.7 liter 2012 Toyota Tundra. This performance air intake uses existing factory holes and mounting points to make installation simple. A couple screwdrivers and a few wrenches are all the tools you need. The intake system provides fittings for factory vent lines and the mass air flow (MAF) sensor.
K&N 77-9036KP air intakes for Toyota Tundra trucks were designed with the utmost attention to detail and quality and they are backed by the renowned Million Mile Limited Warranty.
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