SLP Performance Parts Cold Air Intake Kit Blackwing 5.3L/6.2L Chevrolet Silverado 1500/GMC Sierra 1500 2014-2018
- No Pcm Calibration Required
- Easy Installation
- Direct Fit
- Increases Horsepower & Torque
SLP Performance Parts Blackwing Cold Air Intake Kit for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500s and GMC Sierra 1500s with a 5.3L or 6.2L Engine.
Get the most out of your 2014-2018 5.3L or 6.2L V8 Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra and order this SLP Performance Parts 620064 Blackwing Cold Air Intake Kit from CJ Pony Parts today!
SLP Performance Cold Air Intake Features and Benefits:
- Direct-fit upgraded air intake system requires zero permanent modifications
- Increases engine performance and air intake to engine
- 24% less intake restriction compared to stock induction system
- Provides additional induction noise and aggressive performance sound
- Includes high-flow washable and reusable performance air filter (does not require oil)
- No PCM calibration required
- Easy installation of complete system from air inlet to throttle body
- Includes all install hardware and instructions
If you're loving your Chevy truck but want to boost it's overall power, than it's time to swap that boring factory air intake for this upgraded Blackwing Cold Air Intake Kit! SLP Performance's air intake kit is a complete system from the air inlet to the throttle body--it will replace everything with better, more efficient parts and pieces. The Blackwing kit increases airflow to your truck's engine by 24% and provides more aggressive engine sounds and increased horsepower and engine torque. Don't let that wimpy factory air intake stop you from using your truck to it's fullest potential--order this new cold air intake kit and get the best out of your V8 engine today!
SLP Blackwing Cold Air Intake Specifications:
- Estimated Gains: 11 RWHP and 15 ft-lbs of RWTQ
- Street legal in all US States: No
- California Restricted: Not legal for sale or use in California
- Voids Factory Warranty: No
- Coupler Type: EPDM Rubber
Please Note: This cold air intake kit is not legal to purchase or use in California or any other state requiring an E.O. number.
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Order this upgraded SLP Performance Parts 620064 Blackwing Cold Air Intake Kit for your 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 or your GMC Sierra 1500 with a 5.3L or 6.2L Engine today from CJ Pony Parts!
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.
Intermediate skill is required for this installation.
Tools you'll need for this installation: a 1/4 inch ratchet, 8 millimeter socket, 10 millimeter socket, an extension, T-15 Torx bit, a trim removal tool, a razor blade, a set of cutters, and a set of pliers.
The very first thing we're gonna do, just for safety measures, is disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. Remove the mass airflow sensor. Pull up on this red tab, and push down, and pull it off. Disconnect the PCV hoses on each side of the intake by pushing on the gray tab and pulling them off. Remove the hose clamp on the throttle body. Remove the hose clamp on the airbox. Then, you can remove this air silencer. Now, you can remove the intake resonator. Use a T-15 Torx bit to remove the 2 bolts securing in the mass airflow sensor. Then, completely remove the sensor. Remove the clip from the airbox securing this wire to it. The airbox is secured in with just 3 tabs. Simply lift up on the airbox to remove it. Disconnect both PCV hoses from the engine.
Before we install the SLP intake in the truck, we need to install these grommets and barb fittings into the intake tube. Insert the grommet in the hole. Make sure this gap in the grommet fits nicely around this rim. Just like that. We'll do the same thing to this hole. Once you get the grommets installed, you can install the barbs. Lubricating these will make it a lot easier to install. Just like that.
We need to salvage these fittings off the PCV hoses, so we're gonna take a razor blade or knife and cut the hose right here to remove the fitting. We're gonna reuse these fittings to make your own hoses for the new intake.
We have to remove this brace right here. There's a 10 millimeter bold right here, and another one under this panel that we have to remove as well. There's 2 clips right here that we're gonna have to remove with a panel removal tool or a flathead screw driver. You can get to the bolt right now with a wrench, but, for video purposes, we're gonna remove more clips just so you can see it. Remove the bolt and the brace. Install this clip with the threaded part facing down right there till it snaps in. Then install this grommet into this hole right here. Now, we have to install this seal around this hole in the fender right here. Make sure the fender is clean before you install it. This is a little bit long, so we're gonna line it up first and see how much we need to trim off. We're gonna trim it right about here. Now, you can cut it with a razor blade or a knife. Line it up one more time. Then peel off the backing.
Install the SLP airbox and make sure these tabs snap into place in the tray down there. Line them up with the grommets, and snap into place. Grab the seal with all the clips on it, and install onto the airbox. Then, trim off the excess. Install the provided M-6 bolt into the bottom of the airbox. Grab your air filter and install it onto the filter adapter. Then, tighten the filter down. Install this assembly into the airbox.
Now, we're gonna install the mass airflow sensor into the adapter. Use the provided bolts to secure the adapter to the housing. It's time to install the coupler going from the airbox to the air tube. One end is bigger than the other. You're gonna put the bigger end on the adapter right here. Tighten this clamp. Grab the other coupler and install it onto the throttle body. Install the air tube, and tighten down the clamps. Install the PVC hoses. Don't forget to plug back in the mass airflow sensor.
Finally, reinstall this cross member. Reinstall all the tabs. Reconnect the battery, and you're installation is finished.
Our SLP Cold Air Intake is installed. It looks great. It blends in with everything else in the engine compartment. Installation should take about 45 minutes to an hour; and, before you know it, you'll be heading down the road.