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It's rare that we come across a performance part that doesn't cost at least three times as much as the factory part it's replacing. Equally as rare are the occasions where that same performance part is designed to last the life of your car. BMC performance filters are the exception to..
With a powertrain derived from the fantastic Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 the V10 powered Audi R8 offers true supercar performance. Its 5.2L engine derives a healthy boost from the added airflow offered by a Carbonio airbox. Venturi shaped air filters mated to a carbon fiber inlet housing ma..
Building on their fantastic success at Le Mans, the R8 broke new ground for Audi in both performance and styling. With the addition of a Carbonio airbox, its powerful FSI engine gets a much needed boost in breathing, increasing both power and torque. The venturi shaped inlets, to..
DTM race technology improves the power and throttle response of BMW’s sublime performance coupe. Replacing the factory components with our insulated carbon airbox and custom air filter, the system offers increased volume, enhanced flow velocity and reduced inlet temperature for ..
Formula 1 induction technology for the road. This is a complete airbox kit which enhances the performance and aesthetics of Ferrari’s innovative 360. System includes autoclaved carbon fiber airboxes, profiled to corsa specification for enhanced flow, along with re-usable closed-cell foam performa..
The 911 has always been the quintessential model for the Porsche enthusiast to own. Replacing the factory components with our insulated carbon airbox and custom air filter, provides the engine increased inlet volume, enhanced flow velocity, and reduced intake temperature; all pivotal to extractin..
The 996 Turbo was Porsche’s first water-cooled 911. It also quickly became one of the most commonly modified Porsche models in the lineup, with an endless range of available aftermarket upgrades. From complete power packages to cosmetic add-ons, the aftermarket has left no stone untur..
When the Cayenne was introduced in 2003, most people thought “A Porsche SUV? It’s a sin!” Most of those people, however, quickly changed their minds once they had an opportunity to drive one. The Cayenne was everything you’d expect from a Porsche on the street, yet somehow ..
In 2008, Porsche introduced the facelifted Cayenne to the public. Sure it was slightly restyled and featured some technological updates, but what interested Cayenne enthusiasts the most was the added power. Displacement was bumped up to a hearty 4.8 liters and power output was increas..
Like its smaller 75mm sibling, the IPD Competition 82mm intake plenum for the Cayman S provides a much-needed boost in performance over the factory “T” style plastic plenum. Airflow is directed through the IPD plenum’s unique diversion splitter, which reduces turbulence, smoothes airflow, a..
The IPD intake plenum is one of those amazing parts that most Cayman owners will never get to show off, thanks to the Cayman’s mid-engine design and thick, sound deadening engine cover. But just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not there, helping unlock the power your Cayman needs..
There are many fundamental differences between a Werks1 997.1 carbon fiber airbox and other intake systems, including the factory Porsche airbox. While replacing the factory air filter with a better drop-in filter or even replacing the entire factory airbox with a redesigned unit are certai..
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