2013 to 2016 Honda Accord V6 Models Gain Horsepower with K&N Air Intake System

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K&N Air Intake under the hood of Honda Accord 3.5L

K&N Air Intake under the hood of Honda Accord 3.5L

The Honda Accord is one of the best-selling midsize sedans in North America and it received a complete redesign for 2013. The new Accord boasts all the connectivity and technology options consumers have come to expect in cars today and intelligently lays them out in a cabin that is spacious and elegant. The exterior strikes the perfect balance between classy and sporty with tasteful design, but the new Accord isn't all show. The new 3.5 liter V6 engine churns out an impressive 278 horsepower and 252 pound-feet of torque to the crank while still sipping fuel with an EPA estimated 34 miles per gallon on the highway. Honda seems to have done everything perfectly with the new Accord, so is there room for more? The answer is yes, there is. Owners of the 2013 and 2014 Honda Accord 3.5 liter V6 can have a stylish and guaranteed increase in horsepower and performance with the K&N 69-1212TS Typhoon air intake system.

K&N Air Intake System for 2013 to 2016 Honda Accord 3.5L

K&N Air Intake System for 2013 to 2016 Honda Accord 3.5L

Built for performance and show, the 69-1212TS Typhoon air intake utilizes a free-flowing mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube to help minimize restriction and streamline airflow into the engine. The aluminum tube is protected with a durable silver finish to help ensure that your intake looks sharp under the hood for many, many miles to come. Air intake 69-1212TS also incorporates a heat shield to help protect air entering the engine from radiant heat under the hood and the RC-4630XD conical air filter is placed near the factory fresh air duct to further aid performance. The air filter is made using K&N's oiled cotton gauze air filter media to provide excellent airflow and engine protection. It's also washable and reusable. The RC-4630XD can even go for up to 100,000 miles between cleanings, depending on driving conditions.

Dyno Chart for K&N Honda Accord 3.5L Air Intake 69-1212TS

Dyno Chart for K&N Honda Accord 3.5L Air Intake 69-1212TS

K&N's industry-leading knowledge of air intake design is written all over the 69-1212TS air intake system and the dyno chart puts the icing on the cake of stylish performance. On the dyno, the 69-1212TS produced an estimated 7.4 horsepower at 5429rpm and 8.6 pound-feet of torque at 4415rpm over the factory air intake. The 69-1212TS is easy to install and maintains all the necessary factory connections. It's also backed by K&N's famous Million Mile Limited Warranty, offering owners the assurance that their intake system is protected for the life of their vehicle and beyond.

It's not often that an automotive manufacturer creates a car that delivers style and performance in the manner that the new Accord does, and K&N matches it perfectly with the K&N 69-1212TS Typhoon air intake system. Order yours today at!

Owners of the following Honda Accord models can enjoy the added power and torque they'll receive from K&N's simple bolt-on air intake system 69-1212TS:

2016 Honda Accord 3.5L V6
2015 Honda Accord 3.5L V6
2014 Honda Accord 3.5L V6
2013 Honda Accord 3.5L V6

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K&N Engineering in Riverside California is the world's leading manufacturer of washable performance air filters and air intake systems. K&N invented the reusable high flow cotton air filter in 1969 and has been perfecting the technology ever since. K&N is a world class filtration company selling air filters, oil filters, and intakes in over 30 countries. K&N sells over 5,000 products designed for cars, trucks, motorcycles, engines, and industrial applications. From their Million Mile Warranty to their Consumer Protection Pledge, K&N stands behind their products and their consumers 100%. The distinctive K&N logo represents performance from one of the original performance companies. For more information, visit