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Topkick and Kodiak Diesels Get More Horsepower and Torque with K&N Air Intake System

General Motors has a line of medium duty trucks which include the Topkick and the Kodiak. Both diesels are used as a base for vehicles that require powerful torque and high towing capacity. They are also available as aftermarket coachbuilders as pickup trucks and commercial trucks.


Air Intake for 2006 GMC Topkick and Chevy Kodiak CK4500 and 5500
Air Intake for 2006 GMC Topkick and Chevy Kodiak CK4500 and 5500
K&N Engineering has designed a new 77-Series Performance Air Intake System (77-3064KTK) in textured black for the 2006 GMC Topkick and 2006 Chevrolet Kodiak. K&N dynamometer test show a horsepower gain of 10.01 @ 2944 RPM for this air intake.

Power Gain Chart for GMC Topkick with K&N Air Intake
Power Gain Chart for GMC Topkick with K&N Air Intake
K&N replaces the original intake assembly with an all-new air intake design. The new system draws air from under the OE fresh air inlet through a K&N High-Flow Air Filter (RC-5165) that never needs to be replaced.

A powder coated steel heat shield mounts in place of the stock airbox and protects the chrome top cone shaped K&N air filter from engine heat. Air travels through a black textured powder coated aluminum tube and a 90-degree angled silicone hose that is attached to the throttle body.

It takes less than 90 minutes to install this cold air intake with simple hand tools. K&N Performance Intake Systems are designed to improve engine performance along with under the hood visual appeal.

Applications are as follows:

2006 GMC TOPKICK CK5500 6.6L V8 DSL
2006 GMC TOPKICK CK4500 6.6L V8 DSL
2006 CHEVROLET KODIAK CK5500 6.6L V8 DSL
2006 CHEVROLET KODIAK CK4500 6.6L V8 DSL

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