Help protect the engine of your Camry and gain a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque with the K&N® 69-8621TTK air intake system, engineered specifically for 2018 Toyota Camry 2.5L models (including hybrids). The K&N® 69-8621TTK mandrel-bent aluminum intake system offers an estimated power increase of 3.1-horsepower and 8.0 lb./ft. of torque*.
Hoonigan’s brand-new series Build & Battle is bringing a healthy dose of reality and excitement to automotive build programming—and offering a chance for viewers to see what pros can do on a limited budged and short schedule.
According to CarMD.com’s 2017 report (the most comprehensive database of check-engine light related problems), the average repair cost for 2017 was $357.45—a fairly significant chunk of change. If the dreaded check engine light should pop up on your dashboard, take a look at some of the most common issues that could require repair.
The past century has shown extraordinary strides in automotive advancements—with the creation of turn signals, cruise control, electronic fuel injection, standard air bags, anti-lock braking systems, stability control, smart keys, on-board diagnostics, back-up cameras, Bluetooth, GPS navigation, and much more. In the 140 years since the first automobile, it’s hard to deny that we’ve come a long way.
Steve Williams, K&N’s Chief Engineering Officer, recently appeared on Joe Castello’s WFO Radio podcast to discuss his 2018 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Super Comp World Championship.
WFO Radio is a motorsports talk show, which features in-depth interviews and discussions on NHRA drag racing, NASCAR, and other motorsports genres. Joe Castello, a licensed NHRA racer and NHRA national event announcer, is the founder of WFO Radio and a lifelong motorsports enthusiast. Following Williams’ championship win, Castello invited him on the podcast for a deep-dive interview.
King of the Hammers is one of the most demanding, rigorous races in the off-road racing realm—165 miles of combined desert racing and rock crawling in Johnson Valley, California. Known as one of the biggest off-road events in North America, the course is also one of the most difficult, with many racers succumbing to the course’s complexity before the finish line. Only 28 out of the original 112 competitors finished this year.
The 2018 Ford Raptor features the High-Output 3.5L V6 EcoBoost® engine—a twin-turbo, intercooled DOHC 24-valve paired with a 10-speed automatic. Known for its speed and performance, the Raptor is a formidable off-road capable vehicle, and is well-suited to the demands of difficult terrain. K&N® now offers the 63-2599 air intake system—engineered specifically for 2017-2018 Ford F150 3.5L V6s, 2018 Lincoln Navigator 3.5L V6s, 2018 Ford Expedition 3.5L V6s, and 2017-2018 Ford F150 Raptor 3.5L V6 models. The K&N® 63-2599 high-density polyethylene (HDPE) intake system boasts an estimated power increase of 12.3-horsepower and 25 lb./ft. of torque*, improved engine sound, and protection under K&N’s 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty.
Gregory Lee is undeniably a performance enthusiast. “I worked on cars as a boy,” Lee told K&N. “My first car, a ’55 Chevy 4-door with a 283, was a great learning platform. When I joined the Army at 17 years of age, I was trained as a mechanic. I loved fast cars. Bought a black-on-black Trans Am in ’78, and I was hooked on performance.”
In wet, muddy, or dusty conditions, some extra filter protection can help provide peace of mind, and can also help increase time between filter cleanings. Designed for off-roaders, K&N® filter wraps and pre-filters help keep water and particles away from your filter—so you can enjoy the benefits of your high-performance K&N® air filter even under rigorous conditions.