The AirCharger intake is cheaper than both the Blackhawk and Typhoon air intakes, and it also nets a higher peak gain of 24.46 hp at 4,726 rpm. This is compared to 20.68 horsepower at 4,805 rpm for the Blackhawk, and 15.16 hp at 4,833 rpm for the Typhoon.
The piping for the intake is made out of high-density polyethylene, and included with it are a heat shield and chrome-topped K&N high-flow air filter comprised of red cotton gauze. The filter, as with every K&N filter, can be used up to 100,000 miles before servicing is needed – unless you live somewhere like Northeast Pennsylvania.
The price tag of $274.99 includes free shipping and a million-mile warranty, visit K&N’s website to learn more or to place your order.