NEW TUBE DESIGN
The new JLT tube is roto molded ABS plastic to resist engine heat
and keep the intake air charge nice and cool. NO METAL TUBING HERE!!
With no separate MAF housing or couplers air flow is fast and
Automatic cars need an additional fitting, which JLT provides.
All you need to do is drill a ½” hole (they show you where) in the
tube, install the supplied grommet, fitting and you’re done. Kits will
include the automatic fitting.
MOLDED IN MAF
It’s a full 84mm ID at the MAF area
The heat shield ABS plastic to block engine heat at idle and low
It incorporates the fresh air inlet from the grill.
It uses a large area to make sure the filter has tons of cool air.
GAINS AND TESTING
10-15 RWHP has been seen with this intake!
Warning, If you see more “claimed” by others, ask them how. Also
look over the dyno sheets real good for low number baseline runs or no
dyno sheets at all. Many will base line the car with 87 fuel, then add
93 fuel and the CAI to show more power. JLT did not do this in their
Standard finish is an OEM looking black textured plastic.
The new design and detailed instructions make this an easy
•JLT Textured Plastic or painted intake tube
•3.5x8” S&B powerstack air filter
•ABS Heat Shield
•Automatic fitting kit
•HD Clamps & all needed hardware
No matter which air intake package you choose all of them feature a custom Brenspeed tuned SCT X4. Our custom tunes will give you the fastest throttle response possible, increased HP, the maximum torque possible at lower RPM's, and often improved MPG.
Brenspeed's custom tunes are a far cry from your basic aftermarket tune. We have years of experience and R&D invested into our tunes to give you more benefits than just a peak HP gain on the dyno. With multiple modifications performed to many parameters within the torque management, adaptive learning, and drive by wire tables it is common to reduce quarter mile ETÕs by as much as a half second. Our custom automatic transmission tunes will have your Mustang tire chirping at wide open throttle yet a nice firm shift at light throttle.