1998-2003 Chevrolet S10 with 2.2L L4 Engine
Chrome with Black Filter
- Boost horsepower and torque by up to 10%
- Made with T304 lightweight aluminum piping
- Engineered for exceptional filtration and high airflow
- Improves throttle response for a more efficient drive
- Replaces factory air filter and intake tube
- Maximizes airflow through stock manifold system for a deep, sporty sound
- Washable filter requires cleaning only every 50,000 miles under normal driving conditions
- Easy installation with basic hand tools, takes less than 60 minutes
- Will not void vehicle warranty
Add easy horsepower to your vehicle with this Performance short ram Air Intake! Our engineers spent abundant amounts of time designing, testing, and perfecting this series to develop some serious bolt-on power with some killer horsepower increases.
In addition to the power increases, the engineering team has ensured that safe Air fuel (A/F) ratios are maintained throughout the power band. The soul of this intake it is found in our mandrel-bent aluminum air intake tube that provides a smooth uninterrupted path for highly efficient airflow.
Increased filter surface area, allowing for greater airflow and unbeatable filtration
Upgrade for intake noise and provides an aggressive throaty tone, especially when you put the hammer down
More HP / TQ
Easy to install - simply remove the factory air box
Increase 7-10% of Horsepower and 6-8% of Torque
Why change your factory air box for an intake?
- Gain more Horsepower
- Better Acceleration
- Improved Fuel Economy
- Enhanced Sound - A deeper or throaty tone
- Sporty Engine Look
- Spend Less on Filters - Can be cleaned and re-oiled
Installation is fairly easy and only involves removal of your factory air box.
Basic tools are required including screw drivers and socket wrenches to remove the factory air box. You can also search on YouTube for videos showing air box removal for your vehicle.
Most customers can install an aftermarket air intake within 1 hour
It is advised to RESET your battery terminal for a few seconds so your engine computer can re-learn the increase in air flow. Always disconnect your battery when performing engine work.