(approx) 1 Hour
Simple installation for anyone.
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The PMAS Velocity Cold Air Intake is gonna be for the 2015 and newer S550 GT owners out there that are looking for a looking for a cold air intake velocity stack combo that's designed to really maximize air flow. This intake is also for someone that's looking to pair their intake with a tune to maximize their results. This is an open element style intake, with a separate aluminum mass air flow housing, so it's gonna give a different type of look under the hood.This intake is also a touch different than most other intakes that are out there. The install for this is a simple one. It's a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, but I'll get more into that a little bit later on. We spun the car in the dyno before the intake was installed, and we saw numbers of 382 horsepower and 359 foot-pounds of torque with a stock intake and no tune. After the intake was installed, and a Bama tune uploaded, some numbers of 414 horsepower and 389 foot-pounds of torque. Makes for a peak gain of 32 horsepower and 30 foot-pounds of torque. Like usual, peak gains are great, but what are really important are the curve gains. The curve gains are the gains that you're gonna notice when you're driving. You're looking at 37 horsepower at 6,500 RPM and 41 foot-pounds of torque at 4,300 RPM.This intake is gonna come with a few pieces. You have your air filter with the velocity stack, the inlet tube, your clamps and couplers, your massive mass air flow housing, and the heat shield. It's gonna come with all the necessary hardware that you need to get the intake installed. Now due to the size of the mass air flow housing, this is a tune required intake, so just make sure you keep that in mind. So I said this for almost every cold air intake video for this gen car because it's true, but when it comes to the factory intake, it's actually not a terrible intake, but what we do tend to see is after market cold air intakes do function a little bit better than the factory intake in the upper RPMs and especially after some mods have been completed. This intake is no different, especially with its design. It's designed to be as free flowing as possible. You're looking at a 120-millimeter intake tube with no MAF resolution loss and a velocity stack inlet design. Now, this is an open element design, which means that it doesn't have a closed air box. It does have this heat shield though, which is designed to keep the hot engine compartment out of the air box, and it is sealed. Taking a look at some of the components of the intake, the air filter is a reusable oil filter. It's made from layered cotton gauze, and epoxy coated wire screens for durability and for filtration. The oil is used to treat the cotton to give it a tackiness and give it the filtration abilities that it needs. What's nice about a reusable filter is you can clean the filter when it's dirty, and reinstall it, and not have to worry about having to purchase a new filter every time. When it comes to the intake tube, this one does look a little bit different than you'd see with other intakes. This intake is about maximizing air flow, and you can see that the inlet tube is more of a triangle shape than anything else. Looking at the price for this intake, you can expect to pay close to the $300 mark. Now, like I said, this intake does have some features that other after market cold air intakes don't offer, like the separate mass air flow housing and the velocity stack, so I expected this intake to be priced a little bit differently than the competition. But as it turns out, this is one of the most affordable cold air intake options. Like I mentioned earlier, just keep in mind that you will need a tune to this intake. As for the install, it's nothing too difficult, and like I mentioned earlier, the intake will come with all of the items that you need to complete the install. All that you need to complete the install is a few basic hand tools. This is one of the easiest mods that you can tackle with your new Mustang. It will take about a half hour or an hour tops. I'm gonna call it a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. All that you're gonna need to do is remove the factory air box. You need to disconnect the air box from the inner fender and remove the inlet tube from the air filter and the throttle body. We're just talking about a few bolts and clamps to get this done. This intake installs nearly the same way that the factory air box came out. So the install is pretty much the same as installing a factory intake. You just put on your new couplers and clamps, and slide the air filter and shroud into place, and tighten everything down. That's gonna wrap things up for the PMAS Velocity Cold Air Intake for the 2015 and newer GT Mustang. As always, you can check it out more online for yourself right here at americanmuscle.com.
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(approx) 1 Hour
Simple installation for anyone.
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|Year/Model:||2015-2017 GT||Filter Placement:||Engine Bay|
|Manufacturer:||PMAS||Computer Tune Required:||Yes|
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