Takeda Momentum Cold Air Intake - Pro 5R Filter (16-19 Elantra 2.0L)
- Dyno-Proven Gains up to + 5 hp / 5 Lbs. x Ft. TQ
- Outflows Factory Intake by 78%
- Measured Flow: 320CFM @ 7” H2O
- Sealed Housing Captures Cool Air Directly Behind Front Grille
- Heat Resistant Oversized Tube
- Innovative Filter-to-Housing Interface and Minimal Hardware for Fast and Easy Installation
- Washable and Reusable Pro 5R Air Filter for Maximum Convenience
Large Five Layer Performance Air Filter:
Momentum’s innovative filter-to-housing interface was built to feature the largest air filter possible. This 7-1/2” tall 360-degree radial flow air filter features a 4" flange and our pre-oiled Pro 5R media with five layers of progressively finer cotton gauze media for maximum performance. It provides your engine with the largest amount of high-flowing air and delivers the highest power gains in most cases. This media is perfect for street and/or track use. Its inverted top makes for more filter surface area, resulting in longer service intervals.
Unique One-Piece Housing:
The one-piece sealed housing, constructed of heat-resistant cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE), features our patent-pending filter-to-housing interface. Its innovative design minimizes the total number of parts, making for an easy installation. Its auxiliary air inlet can be used to bring in additional air from the engine compartment or can be closed with an included plug.
Dyno-Tuned Intake Tube:
This system features a high quality, computer-designed, dyno-tuned intake tube to achieve maximum power gains while maintaining a perfect fit. Its XLPE material is heat soak resistant and extremely durable.
Stainless-steel clamps and bellows silicone coupling are included for strength and durability. Momentum intakes are designed with fewer parts for a fast and easy installation. Included billet aluminum fitting allows stock connections to transfer over seamlessly.
This product is not currently CARB exempt and is not available for purchase in California or for use on any vehicle registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.