Weapon-R Air Intake


All Weapon-R intake systems are known to be the most highly rated systems in the world. Weapon-R products are carefully designed using the latest computer simulation and modeling techniques, followed by extensive dyno testing. Each system is carefully tuned to match the engine of a specific vehicle. Weapon-R draws its experience from being involved in various forms of motorsports, and is currently a consultant for Formula Racing Development. Latest CAD/CAM techniques are used when designing all products followed by testing with Dynopack Dynomometer. Weapon-R products are street and race tested to ensure each part to perform flawlessly even in the most extreme conditions.

Weapon-R air intake systems are produced from mandrel-bent aluminum tubes that are designed to fit most vehicles. Weapon-R air intakes are proven to increase the horsepower and torque, giving an instant air flow to the engine. The system can be easily disassembled and cleaned. Air intake system uses its own velocity stack that is isolated from the heat produced by the engine. This isolation provides colder air to the engine, raising overall performance. The power gain in the normally aspirated vehicles is from 8 to 16 hp, turbo or supercharged vehicles have power increase even more, approximately 15 - 30 hp. Weapon-R intake systems use oiled foam filters, unlike surgical cotton gauze used in most filters. Foam filters have 80 percent better airflow and cleaning capabilities than the cotton filters. When cleaned the filter can be taken apart, the foam can be also replaced with the one of a different color.

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