This part is 50-state legal - CARB E.O. #: D-609-7
Cooler Air Makes Power!
It is a proven scientific fact that cold air is denser than hot air, which means that a 5.4L Supercharged SVT Lightning engine breathing cold air is going to make more power than the identical Ford Lightning engine breathing hot air. The quest for cold air is what drives the AIRAID® Cold Air Dam Intakes.
Uses Stock Mounting Points!
The CAD Intakes retain the stock filter location but give the stock intake system a big boost with the addition of a huge air inlet that provides a steady, free-flowing supply of cold air. This is done via Cold Air Dam panels, which mount in the factory air box location and utilize any factory cold air inlet ducts that are present, while adding additional cold air passages to the filter. These panels also keep the filter isolated from the hot engine compartment air by sealing to the underside of the hood via blade-style weatherstripping.
Each 401-124 AIRAID® Cold Air Dam Intake is designed specifically for 1999-2004 SVT Lightning's and offers a simple, trouble-free installation using simple hand tools (often takes less than 30 minutes). Like the rest of the AIRAID® systems, the CAD Intakes are Made in the USA and include all the necessary installation hardware as well as easy-to-understand instructions written with the do-it-yourselfer in mind.
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Published on 2013-08-07 One of the first mods you should consider on your Mustang or SVT Lightning is to add a cold air intake kit. It is an easy way to free up some extra horsepower while improving fuel economy (MPG) and throttle response. Air Raid Intake Systems provide a great intake performance solution for your 1999+ Mustang.
Their intakes feature years of research and design to provide you with some of the highest quality and best air flowing intakes on the market. They have also carefully selected the perfect air filters to complement your air intake system. All these R&D accounts for more real-world horsepower (HP) on the dyno!
Airaid - The Performance Intake Company
AIRAID Premium cold air intake systems and air filters are constructed using the finest materials available today for your Ford Mustang. All AIRAID Premium filters utilize a urethane body that won’t crack or curl like their competitors’ rubber units. Filtration is second to none with the combination of AIRAID's proprietary SynthaFlow and multiple cotton gauze layers.
All AIRAID Premium Filters are 100% reusable and feature a Lifetime Guarantee.
AIRAID tests to SAE standard J726, the method for testing fractional efficiency of a filter. Each AIRAID® product line is the result of exhaustive research and development. Our in-house engineering team consists of both mechanical and industrial design engineers using the latest 3-D CAD modeling equipment to produce advanced designs that make more power right out of the box. A portable 3-D scanner and rapid prototyping machine allows AIRAID® to test new products on our in-house Superflow flow bench and verify the unmatched fit, finish, and style that AIRAID® customers demand. All products are then tested on our all-wheel-drive Mustang chassis dynamometer to produce real-world performance numbers.
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