- Estimated drive addition of 12.2 HP at 5600 RPM
- Designed to improve throttle reaction and motor sound
- Easy to introduce, for the most part in a hour and a half or less
- Replaces whole industrial facility air consumption system
- Not legitimate for thruway use in states receiving California discharge regulations
The K&N AirCharger 63-1566 air consumption framework replaces the prohibitive plant air channel and air admission lodging in some Jeep Wrangler models. K&N admissions are intended to significantly diminish consumption limitation as they smooth and rectify wind stream. This enables your Wrangler’s motor to breathe in a bigger measure of air than the production line air channel get together. More air implies progressively usable power and increasing speed all through the motor’s RPM run. The 63-1566 air admission accompanies a chrome topped K&N high-stream air channel and a K&N embellished heat shield that mounts into the lower air box to go about as a spread permitting cooler, denser air to be coordinated through a specially shaped admission tube into the motor’s throttle body for an ensured power gain. The larger than usual air channel can be utilized for up to 100,000 miles before adjusting is required relying upon driving conditions. This air admission is moderately simple to introduce requiring just a screwdriver, an attachment set and a few wrenches. This air admission can’t be sold in California. It isn’t lawful for use in California or different states embracing California outflow standards.
K&N 63-1566 AirCharger Performance Air Intake System for Jeep Wrangler JK 3.6L V6