Cold Air Intake
Cold air intake works on the principle that colder and therefore denser air can be pushed into the engine faster than warmer air. This results in the engine making more rapid compressions, as the mixture of air and fuel pumped into the engine can be delivered faster.
There are many ways to ensure the air going into the engine is cooler, such as minimising air resistance and turbulence leading to the intake, shortening the length of the intake, or utilizing a ram-air effect with a scoop.
We can discuss with you the optimal cold air intake solution for your vehicle, and fit parts from trusted suppliers including K&N, Aeroflow, Gates, VCM Performance, Process West and many others. Contact us today to find out more.