Cold Air Intake with Blow Off Valve - Sound Test
CPE CAI - Homemade DIY Cold Air Intake with Blow Off Valve - Mazda cx7 -Sound Test Engine light is on for stuck EGR valve. fixed using seafoam. Melted out the stock MAF socket with a soldering iron. Purchased K&N air filter and placed it on the end of the tube. just that easy. This is a Mazda cx7 GT 2.3 L MZR turbocharged I4 with 244 bhp and has an internal blow off valve to regulate engine psi. The blow off valve sound is hidden while using the stock setup. After the modification the internal blow off valve can be heard. PriorToImpact Prior To Impact
How To Install the K&N Blackhawk Air Intake System
Buy Blackhawk Intake: http://www.realtruck.com/k-n-blackhawk-induction-air-intakes/ If you want to add horsepower and produce an impressive engine sound, K&N's Blackhawk Induction air intake system will get you there. They are available for select gas trucks, diesel trucks, and muscle cars. With this high quality product you'll be sure to have heads turning and ears tuning in. The air intake features a black powder coated metal intake tube with a welded K&N engraved plate. Made from lightweight aluminum and cuts down on restrictions for a faster air flow. Customer engineered for a direct fit in place of your stock intake. Each air intake comes with a black reusable K&N Dryflow air filter for exceptional airflow and protection. Installation is easy and comes with all mounting hardware necessary. The K&N Blackhawk air intakes provide your vehicle with excellent airflow for more power and torque while protecting your engine. Get yours today and hear that engine roar! Check out our Promotions and Deals: http://www.realtruck.com/lets-talk-trucks/ Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RealTruckCom Follow us on Facebook: http://www.realtruck.com/facebook/?ut... Follow us on Twitter: http://www.realtruck.com/twitter/?utm... Follow us on Google+: http://www.realtruck.com/gplus/?utm_c... FREE SHIPPING Give us a call at 866-262-3738 How To Install the K&N Blackhawk Air Intake System Video Transcription: Hey, guys. John here, with Realtruck.com. Today, we get to have some fun and get under the hood of our Ram project truck. We have the K&N Blackhawk Air Intake System. We've got everything laid out that we need for our air intake system. So next step is to go ahead and get this on the truck. Like any installation project, the first thing we got to do is we got to get this old stuff out from under the hood of the truck, so we can get our new K&N Blackhawk in the truck. We'll go ahead and unplug our sensors. Then we're going to take our clamps loose. Then we'll go ahead and take our air box cover off. We'll get our air box itself up and out of here. Now that we have our old intake system out of the truck, we got to get our sensor out of here so we can install it into our new air tube. So the way you got to do it on this particular truck, and you guys got to have to look at this because it's going to vary depending upon model and engine. This one... You want to take a pair of pliers, and you gently do this because these are plastic and will break if you squeeze down on them. Just give it a little turn, counterclockwise, and that'll allow that sensor to pull out of there. We've got our sensor. We've got our new air intake tube. So what we're going to do is we're going to start putting this thing together. What I do is I just take a little bit of petroleum jelly and put it around the edges because that will allow our grommet to slide into the hole a lot easier without having to fight with it so much. Now once that's popped in there, then we take and put a little bit around here. There's a rubber O ring on here. Once this is installed, then we can move onto the next opening on our new intake tube, and that's where our breather vent is going to go. We're just going to take this, and we're actually just going to screw it right into here because this is already threaded and designed for this to go in. This also is plastic. So don't just go cranking on it when you put it in here. Just tighten it down until it's snug. Now we've got this together and ready to go.
Installing a K&N Cold Air Intake on a 3 Series BMW E46 Chassis, (M54 Engine)
In this video I show you how to install a K&N® Cold Air Intake kit on a BMW 3 Series E46 Chassis, (M54 Engine). Car: 2005 BMW 330xi Sedan This video immediately follows my previous video where I show you how to remove the OEM Air Snorkel and Air Filter Box: http://youtu.be/gRcY3nDoWEs The K&N® Cold Air Intake purchased was Product ID 57-1001: http://www.knfilters.com/search/product.aspx?prod=57-1001 However, I purchased mine from an eBay® seller for approx $40 less than on the K&N® site: http://bit.ly/XdmYAb With this K&N Cold Air Intake kit installed, and depending on the age and model of your car, you should see modest gains in both fuel economy and horsepower. The K&N® web site shows a Dyno chart indicating a 11.46hp gain and 9.8lb/ft of torque gain on a Stock 2004 BMW 330i so I'm expecting comparable gains with my 330xi hopefully. The thing I really liked about this mod is the fact that K&N® utilizes the OEM air intake snorkel which brings in cold air from the kidney grill. It also uses a heat shield to isolate the filter from the hot engine bay air. Nice work K&N®! Here's a video on how it sounds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hieGVRl-1FU DISCLAIMER: All mistakes made are my own and copyrighted by me, you are not allowed to use these for yourself. Please read your K&N® instructions thoroughly for your particular model before commencing work.
Cold Air Intakes Mythbusted [Naturally Aspirated]
In this episode the boys compare a Cold Air Intake system with a factory intake on the Honda S2000 to see if it makes as much power as some people have claimed... POD FILTERS MYTHBUSTED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAIxeQUSg-Q COLD AIR INTAKES MYTHBUSTED (turbo) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCi2yo4UqPI Shop: http://www.mightycarmods.com/collections/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mightycarmods Forum: http://forums.mightycarmods.com Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.