Takeda USA Announces the Release of a Retain Air Intake System for the 2013 Honda Accord L4-2.4L
Takeda USA releases an Air Intake System for the 2013 Honda Accord L4-2.4L, P/N TR-1019P.

This intake system produces up to 9hp and 9lbs. x ft. of torque over stock, while outflowing the factory intake by 24%. This intake uses a large 360-degree high flow PRO DRY S air filter for maximum flow, filtration and convenience. The PRO DRY S air filter requires no oils and cleans with simple soap and water. A one piece powder coated heat shield is used to protect the filter from unwanted hot engine air for maximum performance. Takeda intakes come complete with all necessary hardware.

A dyno tuned polished intake tube is used to smoothly direct the airflow into the engine with minimal restriction. Using factory mounting locations ensures a quality fit while maintaining a simple, hassle free installation. Included in this kit is a powder-coated heat shield which protects the filter from unwanted hot engine air for maximum performance. A reinforced silicone coupling is used to connect the tube to the throttle body for strength and durability.

P/N TR-1019P retails for around $240.45 and is available in stores now.

For more information on this or any other aFe product, please visit our website at www.aFepower.com or contact our Power Professionals at (888) 901-7693.

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