Designed to work in most cases without modifications or any tune, this BBK cold air kit works with the factory computer – BBK's latest cold air intake kits for the popular 2005-2009 Ford Mustang delivers as much bang for the buck as a BBK 2005-2009 throttle body. Testing on dozens of stock 05-09 Ford Mustang GT models has shown consistent gains of 15-16 rear wheel horsepower with no other add-ons and the stock computer program. This compares to the 8-9 horsepower BBK engineers noted with other brand units and a power programmer.
This high level of performance with the stock program is achieved by utilizing a custom integral mass air housing which is machined into BBK's new aluminum casting and features a calibration of the factory Mustang mass air. While BBK engineers have seen some gains with a power programmer when used with a variety of modifications – they have not been able to achieve much more than what this cold air intake kit delivers.
Each BBK Cold Air Intake model has been designed and dyno tested at the BBK headquarters in Southern California to maximize performance.
This BBK 17360 does not require an aftermarket tune.
BBK - Today's Performance
Since 1988 - BBK has dedicated itself to designing and building cutting-edge high-performance parts and accessories for today's EFI-equipped Mustangs and Ford Lightnings while maintaining the OEM quality levels.
From their world-famous line of "Power-Plus-Series" performance throttle bodies to their hundreds of "CNC-Series" performance exhaust offerings - the BBK brand is known for delivering unmatched value and quality. Shop BBK for your Mustang headers, exhaust, cold air intakes, and other performance parts!
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