JLT Performance Cold Air Intake Kit Black Textured With Roush-Style Positive Displacement Supercharger GT 2015-2017
- 20-30RWHP Gains
- S&B Powerstack 5X7" Filter
- Requires A Custom Tune
- Black Plastic Intake Tube
JLT Performance Black Textured Cold Air Intake Kit for 2015, 2016 and 2017 GT Mustangs with a Roush-Style Positive Displacement Supercharger.
If you're looking for a way to increase horsepower and torque in your 2015-2017 Mustang GT, you're in the right place! Check out this JLT Performance Black Textured Cold Air Intake Kit that's now available from CJ Pony Parts!
Cold Air Kit Features & Benefits:
- Increases Horsepower: Gains of 20 to 30 Rear Wheel HP and Torque
- Keeps Inlet Air Temps as Cool as Possible
- Computer-Designed to Optimize Space and for Best Fit and Finish
- Bellmouth Design Molded Directly into Filter Base for Maximum Air Flow
- Intake Tube with Molded-In 125mm MAF
- Large 5" Filter Inlet with Radiused End for Smooth Air Flow
- Roto-Molded Heat Shield
- Includes Fresh Air Duct to the Grille
- Filter is 5"x7" with Big 1" Pleats
- Easy to Install
This JLT Performance CAI-FMGRS-15 Black Textured Cold Air Intake Kit helps improve horsepower and performance. As a matter of fact, you could see gains of 20 to 30 rear wheel horsepower and torque! This cold air intake is designed to keep inlet air temperatures as cool as possible, and it's computer-designed to optimize the space in your engine bay for the best possible fit and finish. Not only that, it has a bellmouth design that's molded directly into the filter base for maximum air flow, and it has an intake tube with a molded-in 125mm MAF. This cold air intake kit includes a large 5" filter inlet that has a radiused end for smoother air flow as well as a roto-molded heat shield, a fresh air duct and a large 5"x7" filter with big 1" pleats. Easy to install, this cold air intake comes with all of the hardware you'll need to put it on your GT!
This Kit Includes:
- JLT Black Textured Plastic Intake Tube
- Silicone Coupler
- 5"x7" S&B Powerstack Air Filter
- Heat Shield with Fresh Air Inlet Duct
- HD Clamps and All Necessary Installation Hardware
*A custom tune is required with this intake (not included).
Order a JLT Performance CAI-FMGRS-15 Black Textured Cold Air Intake Kit for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 GT Mustang with a Roush-Style Positive Displacement Supercharger from CJ Pony Parts today!
California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning
Note: This item is not CARB (California Air Resource Board) exempt and is not legal for sale or use in the state of California.
Novice skill is required for this installation.
This JLT Cold Air Intake Kit's going to fit any 2015 through 2017 Mustang GT, with the four Performance Roush Supercharger installed on it. It'll be direct replacement for the factory components, and testing by JLT, and others, it's showing gains of 20 to 30 horsepower, and equivalent torque as well. This is going to start with the S&B 5 X 7 Power Stack Filter. A big part of this filter is on the inside, which I'm going to show you, here.
The filter, itself has one inch deep pleats, which means there's a lot of surface air, which is going to draw a lot of air to your supercharger. But, on the inside, it's actually a bell mouth, on the inside of the filter, which will draw the air into the tube, to create as much flow as possible. The kit also includes a custom air box, which will seal to your hood, along with a duct to work with your factory inlet, and then this large inlet tube, with 125 mm, max air housing.
Finish installation, you need a quarter inch ratchet, 8 mm socket, 10 mm socket and extension, Phillips head screwdriver, 220 Torx bit, and a small vise grip.
Basically, we're replacing everything from here forward, so the first step in the process is remove the original piece. We'll start with this bolt over here on the inner fender that holds the air box down. Next, we'll disconnect the throttle body. And we'll disconnect the hoses. And then, the mass air sensor. Pop the red tab, and pull it off. Then we'll pull up, and sort of twist, and pull the air box out of the car.
There's a few pieces from the stock setup we have to transfer over to the JLT. The first I'm going to do though is, the mass air sensor. It's going to be held on by some Torx screws. You'll want to use the supplied gasket. I'm going to put that on the JLT, with the JLT supplied hardware. Get these snug, but you don't have to crank them to the moon, either. Now you want to remove this little plastic fitting here. Small set of vice grips, just be careful you don't damage it. Just get a grip on it and pull it out. Then install it on the JLT. Now remove this rubber grommet, simply push the metal piece through. Then push the grommet out from the bottom. And the last part we need, just the little rubber grommet from the bottom.
We're going to install these piece on our JLT now. Same way we took them off the other ones, put the grommet into place. Install the metal sleeve. And then, install the small one here, at the bottom. We're going to take the snorkel provided by JLT, install it in the air box, or little studs. Actually going to push a little bit further through, then put the air box down into place, and connect this to the factory snorkel.
Before we install the air box, we want to make sure this rubber grommet stayed here, in the apron. If it came off, check your air box, and grab it, put it back in place, before we install the JLT. We want to lower our JLT into place. Make sure everything is seated, then install the original bolt.
All right, the air box in the car, now we can assemble the inlet. We're going to connect the inlet to the throttle body now. And we'll tighten it down. And next, we'll plug in our mass air sensor. The last step is optional, but it includes these two pieces of foam. This one here, in my left hand, this is for a stock hood, you can put it in the vent of your GT hood, to keep water from coming on the filter. This piece here, is if you want to completely seal off the engine bay. Basically, man it back here, we'll force it down into place on the edge here, to keep the heat out. Again, that's optional, you don't have to do it. I'm going to do a good job without, it. It looks a lot better in my opinion, as well.
The JLT not only looks great under the hood. Between the bell mouth, and the filter, and the large inlet tubes, it's going to bring a lot more air to our supercharger, which means more horsepower, as well. Now, again, this will require a custom tune, it's not going to work with your factory tune. So, when you install this, make sure you get a tune to go with it, as well. But overall, the installation is pretty straight forward. Probably take you about an hour, or so, so you'll be back on the road in no time.