Chevrolet Trailblazer- How To Remove The Factory & Install A Cold Air Intake!
This is our 2004 Chevy Trailblazer LT with the Vortec 4.2 Litre L6. This is how I removed the factory intake and installed the cold air intake I bought. I also added a bypass valve air filter and a small turbine fan that (SUPPOSEDLY) add up to 5 pounds of Boost when fully spooled. From this experience I did notice a difference in throttle response when cruising down the road. Also a little more pickup and just an all out awesome sound in comparison to the junk factory intake. PLEASE do not leave rude comments I didnt make this video for criticism only hoping to help anyone who may want to attempt this and need some pointers! Thanks for watching!
2007 Trailblazer K&N 63-3062 Intake installation
In this video, I'm installing a K&N Cold Air Intake on my 2007 Chevy Trailblazer with the 4.2L engine. The kit I have is Part Number 63-3062. It is specific for my model truck. Its an easy installation and provides a noticable increase in power. These are definitely worth the money, in my opinion. If you enjoyed this video please give it a thumbs up and feel free to share it. Also, please consider subscribing to my channel so you don't miss any upcoming videos. Thanks for watching.
HOLY CRAP GET A K&N AIR FILTER THERE SIMPLY AMAZING
that was amazing the difference it made just changing the engine air filter. But by watching the demo "included at the end of the video" i can see why it works
2004 Chevy Trailblazer LT Vortec 4.2 Litre L6 Amateur Build Part 1
This is our trailblazer, I am currently doing a few modifications to it! So far just wheel spacers for the bigger tires and a cold air intake with the bypass valve and a turbine fan in the intake hose. The tires are Fierce Attitude 265/70/17 they were the biggest I could go without a lift kit however they did require 1.5" wheel spacers to clear the ball joint in the front. currently I am running spacers just on the front and it goes down the road just fine! I got the best spacers I could get with the studs for the rim built into them. The intake was a cheaper one from Ebay but it really has made a difference and it sounds incredible!!