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In Depth: 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Specs & Performance Upgrades from AIRAID

AIRAID can bring the monster out in your 2017 Camaro ZL1

AIRAID can bring the monster out in your 2017 Camaro ZL1

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Overview

The original 435-hp 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 was a short-run COPO rocket ship, and it was the fastest model in the Camaro line. It was conceived by an Illinois Chevrolet dealer named Fred Gibb, who used GM’s Central Office Production Order (COPO) system to order 50 1969 Camaro’s, outfitted with the lightweight ZL1 427ci racing engine. This all-aluminum powerplant was 100 lbs lighter than a standard 427 big block, and it had a crazy 12.0:1 compression ratio. The official rating was 430-hp & 450 lb-ft, but many felt that figure to be very underrated.

48 years later, the supercharged 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 was once again the fastest pony car in the General’s stable. This was accomplished by exchanging the previous generation’s 6.2L LSA V8, for the 6.2L LT4 from the C7 Corvette Z06. A massive intercooled supercharger sits atop the big little small block, and shovels in enough air to produce a staggering 650 HP. That's enough grunt for this mad Chevy to hit a top speed of 202.3 mph at a test track in Germany. Not bad for Chevy that can also be had as a 4cyl rental car.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Standard Features

Aside from the monstrous 6.2L LT4, the 2017 Camaro ZL1 specs read like a race car order sheet. Some of the standard features include 11 heat exchangers to keep the drivetrain cool. A

track cooling pack adds high-capacity oil, transmission, and differential coolers to keep the temperature in check on track days. To improve handling, the six-gen Camaro ZL1 gets standard Magnetic Ride dampers, beefy springs, stiffer sway bars, a Performance Traction Management System, Driver Selector Mode w/ Launch Control & Line Lock (locks the front brakes while you melt the rear tires), an electronic limited slip differential (eLSD) in the Camaro ZL1 Coupe and a mechanical limited slip differential in the Camaro ZL1 Convertible, 6-piston Brembo brake calipers, 14.6 inch two-piece brake rotors, bespoke forged aluminum rims, super-sticky Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires, and a unique aero kit that creates extra downforce at speed. Other notable equipment includes Dual Mode Exhaust, a special hood, ZL1-specific exterior trim, and unique cabin trim with deeply bolstered Recaro bucket seats.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Specifications | Horsepower | Performance

Bodystyles: Coupe / Convertible

Engine: 6.2L LT4 Supercharged V8

The supercharged 6.2L LT4 can pump out even more than 650-hp with an AIRAID performance air filter

The supercharged 6.2L LT4 can pump out even more than 650-hp with an AIRAID performance air filter

Transmission: Tremec 6-speed manual w/ Active Rev Matching

GM Hydra-Matic 10R 10-speed automatic

Axle Ratio: 2.77 - auto (convertible) | 2.85 - auto (coupe) | 3.73 - manual

Brakes: Front - 6-piston monobloc Brembo calipers | Rear - 4-piston Brembo calipers

Front - 15.35-in vented discs | Rear - 14.4-in vented discs

Wheels: Front - 20 x 10-in | 20 x 11-in

Curb Weight: Camaro ZL1 Coupe = 3,944 lbs - auto | 3,887 lbs - manual

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Horsepower

Horsepower: 650 @ 6000 RPM

Torque: 640 @ 4400 RPM

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Performance

*- According to Chevrolet

0-60 mph - 3.5 seconds (auto)

1/4 mile - 11.4 seconds (auto)

Cornering - 1.02 g

2017 Camaro ZL1 Performance Air Filter - AIRAID 850-047

2017 Camaro ZL1 Performance Air Filter - AIRAID 850-047

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Performance Air Filters

In order to feed that massive supercharger, air has to be brought in from outside the engine compartment and forced through a paper air filter to remove any airborne contaminants. But the problem is, that OE Camaro ZL1 air filter can clog as a layer of dirt builds on the surface. This obviously reduces the amount of fresh air that can reach the supercharger, which can lead to lower horsepower and torque production. An AIRAID 850-047 replacement air filter, on the other hand, is made from multiple layers of cotton gauze and synthetic material, which are treated with a special oil to create a sticky web of the synthetic and natural fibers. This ‘depth loading’ design can trap the dirt particles, and hold them in place for up to 50,000 miles. The filter is also backed by the AIRAID No-Hassle Lifetime Limited Warranty, and installing one won’t void the car’s factory warranty either.


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An In-Depth Guide to Sixth Gen Camaro 1SS, 2SS, and 1LE Specs and Power Upgrades

The 2016-2017 Camaro SS is a brute, and AIRAID can help you make it brutal

The 2016-2017 Camaro SS is a brute, and AIRAID can help you make it brutal

The Difference Between a 2016 and 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1SS & 2SS

Chevrolet built nearly half-a-million copies of their crazy popular Impala in 1961, and to capture even more of their customer’s hard earned dollars, a new Super Sport appearance package was added to the options list. There were no actual performance upgrades to the 1961 Impala SS, but your grandpa could pair its sport suspension and spinner hubcaps with a 360-hp 409ci V8. The SS option proved popular, and eventually migrated to the first-gen Camaro, where it could be had with either a 350 V8 or the all-mighty 396 big block. Fast forward to the 6th generation Camaro, and the SS package is the only way to get a V8 engine (outside of the Camaro ZL1). And since life in the modern era has to be complicated, the Sixth Gen Camaro SS can be ordered as a 1SS or a 2SS.

The difference between a Camaro 1SS and Camaro 2SS has to do with the features. In a nutshell; a 2016 or 2017 Camaro 1SS is the entry-level model with all of the performance goodies, but none of the fancy luxury features. A Camaro 2SS on the other hand, is loaded down with fancy tech, interior materials, and a trick, adjustable color head-up windshield display that can project information such as vehicle speed, selected gear, tachometer, g-force, outside temperature, turn-by-turn navigation, and audio system information. Both the Camaro 1SS and Camaro 2SS get the 4-mode Driver Selector System w/ launch control, and it can adjust the loudness of the optional $895 Dual Mode Exhaust system. As well as the firmness and response of the $1,695 Magnetic Ride Control active suspension.

AIRAID has the 2016-2017 Chevy Camaro SS Performance Parts to make your brute, brutal

AIRAID has the 2016-2017 Chevy Camaro SS performance parts to make your brute, brutal

But no matter which 2016-2017 Camaro SS you get, it’s going to have the following features: a 6.2L LT1 V8, an external engine oil cooler, Brembo 4-piston brakes front & rear, a limited-Slip differential w/ cooler, a transmission cooler, quick-ratio ZF electric power steering, Driver Selector Mode (Snow/Ice, Tour, Sport, and Track), 20-in wheels, a rear spoiler, HID headlamps, a backup camera, an 8-in touchscreen w/ Apple CarPlay/Android Auto (you can even watch movies on it when you’re in Park), WiFi hotspot capability, and keyless entry/ignition.

Opt for the $5,000 Camaro 2SS package, and you’ll get luxury accouterments like heated and ventilated leather bucket seats with memory, fancy leather and aluminum-look cabin trim, a heated flat-bottom steering wheel, 24-color mood lighting, illuminated door sills, dual-zone climate control, a wireless charging tray at the back of the center console, Bose audio, rear cross traffic alert, side blind zone alert, rear parking assist, and the head-up display.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE

AIRAID 250-333 MXP cold air intake for 2016-2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS

AIRAID 250-333 MXP cold air intake for 2016-2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Available on the 2017 Camaro 1SS coupe w/ 6-speed manual transmission (no automatic is offered), this $6,500 option package transforms the muscle-bound SS into a track day superstar. No performance modifications are made to the engine, but the entire chassis is tweaked to deliver over 1 g of lateral grip in the turns. Some of these improvements include specially calibrated Magnetic Ride active shocks, stiffer springs, large diameter sway bars, an electronic limited slip differential (eLSD) with 3.73 gears, 6-piston Brembo brake calipers, 14.6 inch two-piece brake rotors, and bespoke forged aluminum wheels wearing sticky Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. There’s also a front splitter, rear diffuser, matte black hood wrap (actually helps to reduce glare), matte black exterior bits, Recaro bucket seats, and fake suede covers on the steering wheel and short throw shifter. To keep the drivetrain temp in check, the Track Cooling Package adds high-capacity oil, transmission, and differential coolers. The Dual Mode Exhaust is included as standard equipment on the Camaro 1LE. But the PDR video/data recorder is an extra cost option.

Camaro SS 6.2L LT1

Under the hood of the 6th generation Camaro SS is an all-aluminum 6.2L LT1 V8, with a raft of new technologies like direct injection, variable valve timing, and active fuel management (which shuts down four of the cylinders to achieve better fuel economy on the highway). This is the fifth generation of the legendary smallblock Chevy LT1 V8, and it took over 5 years to develop. Among the many power enhancing features that you're never going to see are special piston heads that are sculpted to allow for an insane 11.5:1 compression ratio. There’s 8 oil jets that spray the underside of each piston and cylinder to cool them down. The 4-into-1 exhaust manifolds are tuned to evacuate spent gases with minimal restrictions. And the intake manifold was engineered to provide a straight-shot path for the aircharge to reach the huge 2.13-in intake valves. AIRAID can even help you turn this feature into even more horsepower. But more on that in a moment.

High-flow AIRAID 850-047 replacement air filter for Chevrolet Camaro SS

High-flow AIRAID 850-047 replacement air filter for Chevrolet Camaro SS

Chevrolet Camaro SS Performance Air Filters

AIRAID 850-047 Direct Fit Replacement Air Filter - Air filters are designed to keep dirt from getting sucked into the engine, where it can damage the piezo injectors and piston rings. The problem is, that OE Camaro SS air filter is made from thick paper, and all of that dirt will get trapped on the surface, preventing a majority of the incoming air from ever reaching the engine. An AIRAID performance air filter on the other hand, eliminates airflow restrictions so that Chevrolet LT1 can make all of the horsepower that it was designed to make. Plus, it’s reusable, and comes with a Lifetime Limited warranty.

2016 and 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS Specifications

Bodystyles: Coupe / Convertible

Engine: 6.2L LT1 V8

Transmission: Tremec 6-speed manual w/ Active Rev Matching | GM Hydra-Matic 8-speed auto w/ remote start & automatic cylinder deactivation

Axle Ratio: 2.77 - auto | 3.73 - manual

Brakes: 4-piston Brembo calipers front/rear - Front - 13.6-in vented discs | Rear - 13.3-in vented discs

Wheels: Front - 20 x 8.5-in | 20 x 9.5-in

Curb Weight: Camaro SS Coupe = 3,697 lbs - auto | 3,685 lbs - manual - Camaro SS Convertible = 3,943 lbs - auto | 3,932 lbs - manual

2016 - 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS Horsepower

Horsepower: 455 @ 6000 RPM

Maximize power from the 6.2L LT1 intake with a performance intake system by AIRAID

Maximize power from the 6.2L LT1 intake with a performance intake system by AIRAID

Torque: 455 @ 4400 RPM

2016 - 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS Performance

*- According to Chevrolet

0-60 mph - 4.0 seconds (auto)

1/4 mile - 12.3 seconds (auto)

Cornering - 0.97 g

Chevrolet Camaro SS Cold Air Intake Systems

In order to make power, the 6.2L LT1 intake manifold has been designed to deliver air to the cylinders, with fewer turns and narrow passages. However, the stock Camaro SS intake system is actually full of airflow restrictions. For example, the paper air filter can clog and block airflow, while the ripples in the stock intake tube will cause air to become turbulent. To address these issues, AIRAID developed a pair of Camaro SS cold air intake systems that can deliver an estimated increase of 10-hp & 10 lb-ft of torque. This extra power was measured at the rear wheels, not at the flywheel. And it comes in at lower RPMs. So you will experience stronger off-the-line acceleration (especially when you activate Launch Control) and more passing power at higher RPMs.

AIRAID 251-333 MXP cold air intake for 2016-2017 Chevy Camaro SS

AIRAID 251-333 MXP cold air intake for 2016-2017 Chevy Camaro SS

The difference between these two AIRAID cold air intake systems is in the air filters. The AIRAID 250-333 MXP performance intake system uses a specially designed SynthaFlow air filter, which is made from multiple layers of oiled cotton gauze and synthetic material, sandwiched between two layers of sturdy wire mesh. The AIRAID 251-333 MXP performance intake system uses a dry SynthaMax performance air filter, which is made from a proprietary synthetic material that can stop dirt particles that are smaller in diameter than a human hair. Both systems use a rotationally molded high-flow intake tube that features an integrated velocity stack to increase the speed of the air charge entering the cylinders. This allows for a much better fuel/air mixture, and more torque at low RPMs. There's also a built-in fitting for the factory MAF sensor, so the system can be installed without making any ECU programming modifications.


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An AIRAID MXP Air Intake Can Add Power and Torque to Your Toyota Sequoia or Toyota Tundra

Add more power to your 2007-2017 Toyota Tundra or 2008-2017 Toyota Sequoia with an AIRAID MXP Intake

Add more power to your 2007-2017 Toyota Tundra or 2008-2017 Toyota Sequoia with an AIRAID MXP Intake

While most modern fullsize trucks and SUVs offer amenities like multi color mood lighting, more soft touch points than a padded cell, and tiny 10-turbo engines that claim to return better gas mileage than a bicycle. The Toyota Tundra and Toyota Sequoia are blissfully devoid of all these things. It's a Toyota, and it's a truck. What more do you need? Capability and reliability comes standard on the 2007-2017 Toyota Tundra & 2007-2017 Toyota Sequoia. And you can probably enjoy all of the fancy nonsense that it lacks, on your next "spa day". Sure, they aren't butched-up lounges like your neighbor's F-150 or Yukon. But it's a Toyota, which means it will handily beat those domestic fullsizers in dependability and resale value. You can however, get more horsepower and torque from your truck's Toyota 1UR-FE 4.6L V8 or Toyota 3UR-FE 5.7L V8, with an AIRAID 510-340 MXP high performance intake system.

Like all gas powered engines, your Toyota V8 makes power by burning a mixture of gasoline and oxygen. The energy that's released during the combustion cycle, forces each piston to turn the crankshaft and send rotational energy through the flywheel to the transmission, where hydraulic pressure turns the driveshaft and moves the truck. Oxygen acts as a catalyst for the detonation, so the number of oxygen molecules in the air charge will have a direct impact on performance. Unfortunately, the OE Toyota Tundra intake system has numerous inefficiencies built right in. For example, the intake tube has a tapered shape, with irregular, corrugated inner surfaces. And the air box only lets in a small amount of air, then forces it through a thick paper air filter. All of this causes the air to become turbulent, elevating the temperature and lowering the oxygen content. The AIRAID 510-340 MXP high performance intake system on the other hand, is designed to increase engine airflow, so it can make more horsepower and torque without modifying the Tundra 1UR-FE 4.6L, or Tundra 3UR-FE 5.7L.

Toyota Tundra Cold Air Intake / Toyota Sequoia Cold Air Intake - AIRAID 510-340 MXP Intake

Toyota Tundra Cold Air Intake / Toyota Sequoia Cold Air Intake - AIRAID 510-340 MXP Intake

In order to reducs airflow restrictions, the AIRAID 510-340 MXP cold air intake system replaces the the entire Toyota Tundra intake system, and you won't have to make any underhood modifications to install it. In place of the stock air box is a special high-flow AIRAID MXP air box that pulls more air into the system through the factory inlet hole in the fender. The stock intake tube gets ditched for a low restriction AIRAID intake tube, that has a smooth inner surface to reduce air turbulence (it also has fittings for the factory sensors). The air that this Toyota Tundra performance intake system delivers, first gets cleaned by an oversized AIRAID performance air filter. Unlike that thick paper OE Toyota air filter, the high-flow AIRAID Synthaflow air filter is made from a low restriction cotton gauze and synthetic material that lets more air in, while removing more airborne contaminants before they can reach the engine. The 'depth loading' filter media traps and stores dirt inside a web of oiled fibers, which allows more air to flow through as the miles rack up. The end result of introducing a high volume of cold air to the motor, is an estimated increase of 9-hp & 10 lb-ft of torque.

The AIRAID 510-340 intake system is designed for the following vehicles:

An AIRAID 510-340 MXP High Performance Intake System installed on a 2016 Toyota Tundra 5.7L

An AIRAID 510-340 MXP High Performance Intake System installed on a 2016 Toyota Tundra 5.7L

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Synthaflow or Synthamax - Which Is The Best Choice For Your Car, Truck, or SUV?

The polyester matrials allows AIRAID to utilize different colors for its filter media

AIRAID SynthaMax air filters are available in red, blue, and black for many applications

AIRAID offer two distinct types of air filter construction, Synthaflow and Synthamax, which not only differ in the materials from which each is constructed, but each offers specific advantages that benefit a wide range of vehicle owners.

Regardless of whether you’re considering Synthaflow or Synthamax, it’s important to know that AIRAID premium air filter are constructed on precision equipment with the finest materials available employing an attention to detail that only fine hand craftsmanship can provide.

Both the Synthaflow and Synthamax filters are the result of AIRAID’s ongoing commitment to research and development. The design process begins with the in-house engineering team using the latest 3-D CAD modeling systems. A portable 3-D scanner and rapid prototyping system allows AIRAID to test new products on its Superflow flow bench and verify the fit and finish on the vehicle. All products are then evaluated on AIRAID’s all-wheel-drive chassis dynamometer to validate their performance improvement.

All production of AIRAID filters and components is conducted in the United States

Headquartered in the USA, all filters and components are manufactured in the US as well

The role of an air filter is simple: trap dust and dirt that could damage the engine but at the same allow enough air through so that the engine can make as much power as possible. So while the concept is simple, the execution is difficult. Paper filters had long been the standard of the industry, but they clog easily. Foam filters suffer from the same problem. If you’ve ever removed and cleaned or replaced a foam filter on a computer or other electronic device, you’ll have noticed all the dirt on the outside surface and none inside the foam.

SynthaFlow

Cotton is utilized as the filter medium in many high performance air filters, including the AIRAID SynthaFlow. In fact it’s nearly an ideal material for this use. Viewed under a microscope a cotton fiber is not what you’d image. It’s not smooth and straight like a cotton thread, instead the surface is slightly flattened and the fiber is twisted. This creates a maze that intake air can easily navigate but traps dirt and dust all the way through the filter (avoiding the problem with foam filters). In order for the cotton fibers to hold onto the dirt and dust particles, the fibers need to be oiled. And when the filter is serviced, all the trapped dirt and dust is washed off with the oil.

Cotton remains one of the best air filter media

The SynthaFlow filter is created with several layers of cotton and a synthetic inner layer

Synthaflow, which AIRAID pioneered after exhaustive research and development, remains the standard of the industry. Synthaflow filter media is constructed with four outer layers of cotton fibers and one inner layer of specialized synthetic filter material.

The five layers are secured with a steel mesh front and back and formed into a pleated configuration, which adds significantly to the surface area of the filter as well as strengthen the filter against high intake pressures. Together, these materials provide the high air flow of standard cotton media filters with the improved filtration efficiency provided by the fifth synthetic layer which captures any minuscule particles that slipped past the cotton fibers. This provides the SynthaFlow with an incremental advantage over filters that rely upon cotton fibers alone.

The outer layers of cotton fiber are treated with specially-formulated filter oil that’s available for purchase for routine cleaning.

Synthamax

The SynthaMax filter is truly a breakthrough in performance air filter design, utilizing an ingenious combination of materials to create a high performance “dry” filter.

The combination of both materials has been named Super Synthetic

The SynthaMax filter is comprised of two separate layers of synthetic materials

Whereas the SynthaFlow filters are considered “wet” filters because of their need to be oiled to operate properly, AIRAID has developed has developed a “dry” filter that doesn’t require periodic re-oiling to achieve outstanding product performance.

The SynthaMax air filter consists of an inner and outer layer of wire mesh for durable support of filtration media as well as overall filter durability. The filter media itself consists of two distinct layers of synthetic materials chosen for their separate yet complimentary performance characteristics, delivering high air flow along with excellent filtration characteristics. The effectiveness of this design is so high that it’s referred to as Super Synthetic.

Contaminants are first captured by the outer layer of what’s referred to as needlefelt polyester. Needlefelting is a process by which a dense and durable material like polyester can be converted into an excellent nonwoven filter medium.

The inner layer of rayon and polyester are bonded through a wet process that assures uniform distribution, particularly of the rayon as it’s one of the most effective filter materials but requires the strength of polyester to retain its shape. This inner layer of rayon and polyester captures any remaining contaminants while maintaining high air flow and low restriction.

In addition, the company operates a CAD system and rapid prototyping

AIRAID operates its own evaulation program, utilizing a flow bench and this AWD dyno

The resultant filter media that is more efficient with lower pressure differential than other “dry” media filters that are commercially available. The combinations of these synthetic materials have a higher durability, as the fibers will not wash out over time.

Like SynthaFlow, SynthaMax filters are designed to be removed from the vehicle and washed periodically. The different is that SynthaMax material does not need to be reoiled before being reinstalled.

SyhtaFlow or SynthaMax: Which is better for you?

The great advantage that AIRAID can offer customers is the choice of two different types of filters, manufactured with two entirely different sets of materials, with specific advantage for each type.

Synthaflow is the best choice for high performance reusable filtration. In AIRAID’s own testing, two otherwise identical, brand new, SynthaMax and SynthaFlow filters were compared on a flow bench. The oiled-cotton/synthetic blend SynthaFlow was able to draw 820 CFM while the SynthaMax was able to draw 542 CFM.

Now that doesn’t mean that the SynthaMax can’t deliver power. Chances are that its flow capacity is far greater than OEM. However, if you’re modifying your engine and need incremental intake air, the SynthaFlow may be your better choice.

No warranty card or product regsitration is required for warranty claims

AIRAID offers a "No-Fassle Lifetime Warranty" on all its products

If you drive off-road a great deal, whether that’s off-road racing, driving to construction sites, or just to your favorite fishing spot, a SynthaFlow filter is recommended. If you travel almost exclusively on paved roads, your best choice is the SynthaMax.

While both Synthaflow and Synthamax filters comes with a Lifetime Warranty, and are both washable and reusable. If you like things to move fast, consider a SynthaMax filter as it can be washed and reinstalled in the vehicle immediately. The SynthaFlow requires the filter to be dry after washing before applying the special filter oil, which can take up to 45 minutes.

If you like things colorful under the hood, while SynthaFlow filters come in red only, many SynthaMax filters are available in red, blue, and black.

SynthaFlow and SynthaMax filters are produced entirely by AIRAID using only the finest materials on highly specialized manufacturing equipment to ensure a level of quality control no other filter company can match. This is just one of many reasons why all AIRAID filters are backed by the AIRAID "No Hassle" Lifetime Warranty. All AIRAID product lines are proudly manufactured in the USA.


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AIRAID Racer Corry Weller Takes Production 1000cc Points Lead at LOORS Arizona

At the mid-point of the season Corry has a firm grip on the Production 1000 cc UTV class

Corry celebrates a 3rd place finish earlier this season. She's now #1 in points in Production 1000

Corry Weller knew as soon as she saw her first short-course race in 2006 that she had found her calling. With the help of her husband Jason and their successful UTV business, Corry began racing short course in 2007 in the highly competitive UTV class, going Pro after only her first few races.

In 2017, the AIRAID-supported driver is pursuing championships in the Arizona Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series in both the Production 1000cc UTV class and a class she and her husband created for drivers to compete as a reasonable cost, SR1.

Corry took a few moments to update AIRAID on her most recent race. Here's what she had to say:

AIRAID: Corry, you had about a month of between rounds 3/4 and 5/6. How did you keep yourself busy?

Corry: We were racing in the Lucas Oil Off Road Series with Jason at the wheel in Ensenada, Mexico.

AIRAID: OK, now you’re back in Arizona for Rounds 5 and 6. We heard the weather was a little tough to deal with. How did you deal with the heat?

CW: We came back for the Lucas Oil Regional Races at Wild Horse Pass, on what would prove to be a very hot weekend. Fortunately, the races were night races, and we would only have to deal with the intense heat for practice and qualifying both days.

AIRAID: So how did qualifying for the Production 1000 cc UTV go?

CW: Our DragonFire Racing YXZ chassis was still dialed from the Lucas Oil Off Road Race, so practice went smoothly for us throughout the afternoon. Qualifying time came around, and we burned off as many solid, mistake-free laps as we could, putting us barely behind 1st place into a 2nd place qualifying time. With the inversion of two, however, I would be on pole and starting the race - the best place to be!

AIRAID: So you’re starting from the pole. What happened during the race?

CW: I was in control of the field coming up to the green flag, and as soon as I passed the start cones I dropped the hammer, and away we all went! My Weller Racing teammate, Paul O’Brien was on my outside, and suddenly swerved just a little into my right front wheel, putting me back just enough to where he got a nose on me going into turn one. From that point on, the chase was on, and I stayed glued to him the entire time, making sure he knew I was right there and pressuring him in every corner.

AIRAID: Were you able to get back around him?

CW: On such a one-lined track, it’s very hard to pass unless you push someone up in a corner, and I didn’t want to do that to my teammate – plus, I enjoy a good challenge! I drew up alongside of him a couple of times as we drag raced into turn one, but he had the better line, and he would get a nose on me every time. In the final lap, on the final corner, I chased him down and drew up next to him again as we raced to the checkers, but he would beat me by a nose!

The chassis has been well-developed, raced by her husband Jason in Ensenada

Corry grabbing a little air in her DragonFire Racing AIRAID-equipped Yamaha YXZ UTV

AIRAID: On Saturday night you ran round 6 of the Production 1000 series. How did that go?

CW: Qualifying went pretty much the same, with me winding up on the pole once more, with O’Brien on the outside again. This time, I wanted to get ahead of him on the start, and as I hit the start cones, I waited just a second, and then gassed it. We both drag raced into the corner, side by side through turn one, and down the back stretch, and then into turn 2, where he had a better line and I had to give a little not to get into his driver’s side rear. He squeezed out ahead of me, and then I played chase once again.

AIRAID: Were you able to get around him on Saturday?

CW: I was determined not to let him beat me again, I got creative and tried a couple of new shift points, since I could hear that he was shifting in the air on the bigger table tops. To do that, you had to hold the revs just a tiny bit longer, and you weren’t in peak power for that time. I started shifting up just before the table tops, and that gave me just enough extra speed to slingshot around him and make my pass for the lead just after halfway through the race. Once I was clear, I could run my fast lines, and I kept and extended that lead until the checkered flag!

AIRAID: You guys invented SR1 as a driver’s class, rather than a money and horsepower contest. How did you do in the SR1 races?

CW: My SR1 qualifying on Friday night went pretty good, and I pulled off a second place qualifier, which again, put me on the pole for the start of the race. During practice I was trying out a new, stiffer swaybar (since mine had broken in the race before), and I liked how it felt. The track was holding a lot of moisture at night, which made traction very different from practice and qualifying.

AIRAID: And how did the round 5 race go?

CW: I controlled the field in my Optima Batteries SR1 as we rolled through our parade lap, and as soon as I hit my cones, I mashed the gas and off we went! I got into the lead early, and drove as clean and mistake free as I could, which kept me in the lead, despite a lot of heat from several VERY fast racers. I would cross the finish line in FIRST place in the SR1 class – which was my first win in a few rounds! Felt good to get back on the podium after dealing with some issues with my SR1 for so many races.

AIRAID: And how did you do in round 6?

CW: My qualifier for round 6 wasn’t a good one, as I got into lap traffic too early, and when I attempted to burn off a lap before my last one due to a crippled car that wouldn’t leave the track, I wound up wasting the last lap, which was my fastest, due to that same car suddenly veering back onto the track and trying to go again, right in front of me. So, my third lap was actually my fastest, putting me into a fifth place qualifying position, which was terrible for my points, and put me mid-pack on the start.

Many of these tracks have only a single line making passing difficult in racing conditions

A pensive Corry before the start of the race. Starts are key on the tight tracks she runs.

AIRAID: How did the race go?

CW: I piled on the tearoffs, and knew this would be a battle just to get to a podium position with all of the fastest guys in front of me on a very easy track. I held my line on the start, and was actually able to get around several cars within the first two turns, but then I noticed my SR1 was having issues on the low end, whenever I was trying to come out of a corner. It felt like the motor had tightened up on me, and it just wasn’t happy anywhere below 7,000 RPM. I stayed in it, and drove the best race possible, but still only finished in 4th after a lot of battling to stay in that position.

AIRAID: Where are you in the points now?

CW: In Production 1000 I am first in points with a 14-point margin and in SR1 I am in second in points with six points between me and first.


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AIRAID Replacement Air Filter Adds Performance and Protection to Yamaha’s YXZ1000R

AIRAID 850-602 air filter for the Yamaha YXZ1000R SxS top view

The blended cotton and synthetic filter media is top-level defense against dirt and grime

Yamaha’s YXZ1000R is fast becoming one of the most popular UTVs on the market. The various versions of the Yamaha SxS are making a habit of winning races across the country. It’s no surprise that the YXZ1000R is also becoming a top choice for roosting dunes and exploring remote trails.

The YXZ1000R’s 3-cylinder power plant is exceptionally receptive to performance enhancements. The free-breathing AIRAID 850-602 direct replacement air filter is one if the easiest and most convenient ways to potentially unleash more performance from the YXZ1000R.

Simply put, more airflow to the engine can result in an improvement in both horsepower and acceleration. The added benefit to the installation is that the 850-602 requires no fuel management modification. At less than the cost of two disposable paper filters, the AIRAID 850-602 is performance money wisely spent.

The AIRAID engineers are fully aware that a performance air filter for a UTV must offer extreme protection from the airborne contaminants that are inherent in the machine’s dirt duty. To that end, the 850-602 is constructed of an oiled cotton/synthetic filter media blend which is up to the task of keeping the YXZ1000R’s engine internals running clean and strong.

AIRAID 850-602 air filter for the Yamaha YXZ1000R SxS side view

The hand-poured urethane filter body is extremely stable heat resistent

Those multiple layers of pleated filter media are fully washable and reusable for a lifetime of engine protection. Speaking of “lifetime,” the 850-602 comes with AIRAID’s exclusive "No Hassle" warranty. The 850-602 may be the last air filter you will need to buy for your YXZ1000R.

The construction of the 850-602 filter is unparalleled. The AIRAID premium filter body is made from hand-poured urethane that won't crack or shrink in the high-heat environment to which it will be exposed in the YXZ1000R.

Whether you drive the base model 2016-2017 YXZ1000R, or the SE / SS variants, the AIRAID 850-602 is a no-brainer. Buy it, take it out of the box, and install it just like the stock filter and enjoy a lifetime of performance and protection.

AIRAID 850-602 for the Yamaha YXZ1000R SxS filter and box

The AIRAID 850-602 comes ready to install out of the box

The 850-602 fits the following vehicles:

2017 YAMAHA YXZ1000R SS SE 998 - All Models
2017 YAMAHA YXZ1000R SS 998 - All Models
2017 YAMAHA YXZ1000R SE 998 - All Models
2017 YAMAHA YXZ1000R 998 - All Models
2016 YAMAHA YXZ1000R SE 998 - All Models
2016 YAMAHA YXZ1000R 998 - All Models


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AIRAID-Sponsored Drivers McGrath and Heger Finish on Podium in Chandler, Arizona

AIRAID-sponsored Yamaha YXZ at Lucas Oil Off Road Driven by Brock Heger

AIRAID-sponsored Yamaha YXZ at Lucas Oil Off Road Driven by Brock Heger

The season opener of the 2017 Lucas Oil Off Road Series was strong and a good insight of what is to come the rest of the year. Between Brock Heger and Jeremy McGrath they received five trophies on the first weekend of racing. Brock raced in two classes, his Pro Lite and Production UTV, which is a new class for the national series. Brock was not sure going into the weekend if his AIRAID Yamaha YXZ would be ready for the first race due to the uncertainty of even competing in the new class because he got it back from the performance shop for tuning on the Friday of the race, barely making it to practice. Each time Brock got on the track he improved his times throughout the weekend from the first practice all the way to the races where he finished fifth in Round 1 and then third in Round 2. If he keeps this pace up he will be on top of the podium real soon.

Brock Heger leading the entire race in his AIRAID Prolite

Brock Heger leading the entire race in his AIRAID Prolite

Brock didn’t stop his progression there since he also raced in his Pro Lite and was very fast but the weekend did not start out the way he hoped for. In practice, another driver hit Brock causing him to roll multiple times and damaging the truck. The team was able to get the truck back together and Brock was able to get focused and put it behind him. Brock qualified first and started on the front row of Saturday’s race. When the green flag started waving, Brock was on the gas and not looking back. He led every lap of the race finishing with the fastest lap and his first win of the season.

Brock showing how important AIRAID filters are in off road racing

Brock showing how important AIRAID filters are in off road racing

For Sunday’s race he would start on the second row, where he would battle with the leaders the majority of the race. But there was some contact during the race where Brock ended up with a flat tire and during a caution he was able to make it into the hot pits where the team was able to get it changed and keep him on the lead lap. With only six laps remaining, Brock knew he had to charge as hard as he could towards the front. One by one he passed the other trucks making it all the way up to the leaders on the final lap.

AIRAID driver Brock Heger sweeps the weekend in Prolite

AIRAID driver Brock Heger sweeps the weekend in Prolite

Going into the final turn he was right behind them when the leader made a mistake and went up on two wheels trapping second place on the outside. With a split-second decision Brock cut to the bottom of the track and was able to pass both trucks and move on to the checkered flag for his second consecutive win. Brock said, “After the flat tire I thought to myself there goes the points, so the only thing for me to do is to just charge towards the front to get the most points. On the last lap I had caught Haile and Jerrett and was looking at trying to get around Hailie before the finish line for points when somehow I came out of the final turn with the lead. They say things just happen and this is one of those times.”

Jeremy McGrath throwing roost in his AIRAID Filter, Maxxis Tires Pro2

Jeremy McGrath throwing roost in his AIRAID Filter, Maxxis Tires Pro2

Jeremy McGrath had a very successful opening weekend in his AIRAID, Maxxis Tires Pro 2. Jeremy was up in the front all weekend from qualifying laps to the races. Starting the season out strong meant that Jeremy had some great battles with some other great drivers like Bryce Menzies, Rob McCachren, and RJ Anderson. Jeremy stayed in the top five throughout the race battling around third and also for the lead. With the top drivers all battling for position they would swap back and fourth throughout the race. At the end of the race Jeremy would end up on the podium in third place.

AIRAID-sponsored driver Jeremy McGrath battling for the lead in Pro2

AIRAID-sponsored driver Jeremy McGrath battling for the lead in Pro2

The racing in round two was just as intense with Jeremy battling in the front group. The top four were battling all together throughout the race, and at the wave of the checkered flag Jeremy was in the fourth place position just missing the podium. Opening weekend was a strong start to the season in which Jeremy was still coming out third in points after two rounds. Jeremy said, “I feel great about the JM2 program right now. My truck was solid and I feel confident we will be winning races soon. I am really proud of Brock Heger and all the guys on the team, we are having a lot of fun racing.”

Jeremy McGrath finishing third in the Pro2 season opener

Jeremy McGrath finishing third in the Pro2 season opener

The team is planning on bringing the same momentum into the next rounds at Estero Beach, Mexico. The track in Mexico is completely different than the other tracks in the series. Brock is looking forward to the next rounds at a track that he really likes since Brock got his first Pro Lite podium at Estero Beach back in 2015. Brock is hoping to bring his 2017 momentum into the race, and that includes his sweep in the season opener and also his win in his desert car this past weekend. Watch out for this young driver to show everyone how fast he is no matter if he is in his Yamaha YXZ, his Prolite, or his desert car. Also watch for Jeremy to be up front and on the podium in his Pro2. With these two teammates showcasing their speed, watch for their energy to feed each other and be even stronger working as a team.


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Boost power on the 2008-2011 Cadillac CTS 3.6L V6 with an AIRAID Cold Air Intake

2008-2011 Cadillac CTS 3.6L Performance Intake - AIRAID 253-252C CAD System

2008-2011 Cadillac CTS 3.6L Performance Intake - AIRAID 253-252C CAD System

Thanks to its 5.4L Hemi V8, the 1955 Chrysler 300C was the first mass-produced American car to have over 300-hp. Cadillac also offered a 5.4L V8 in 1955, but it could only manage 270-hp. Fast forward to 2008, and the freshly minted Cadillac CTS offered a 3.6L VVT V6 that pumped out and incredible 304-hp. That was four whole Shetland pony's more than the old Hemi-powered Mopar, and it wasn't even Cadillac's fire-spitting performance model (i.e. Cadillac CTS-V).

Now one might argue that the contemporary Chrysler 300C produced more than 304 horsepower from its 5.7L Hemi V8. But the direct injected Cadillac 3.6L LLT V6 was one of the first naturally-aspirated American V6 engines to crack the 300 hp mark. It would be years before the Chrysler 3.6L Pentastar V6 could compete, so the 2008-2011 Cadillac CTS 3.6L was for a time, the most powerful V6 American luxury sedan. And thanks to the AIRAID 253-252C Cadillac CTS cold air intake system, you can increase the power of your Cadilac 3.6L LY7 or Cadillac 3.6L LLT even further.

Thanks to modern technological advances, the Cadillac 3.6L V6 is able to create V-8 power from a relatively small package. This happens because the fuel and air mixture is able to be compressed in such a way that more power can be created from a relatively small amount fuel. An AIRAID Cadillac CTS cold air intake system is able to maximize the power output by increasing the amount of oxygen-rich cold air that reaches the cylinders. Under normal circumstances, the OE intake system pulls in air from outside the engine compartment via a plastic air box located near the radiator. Before air can reach the engine however, it must first get extruded through a thick paper air filter to remove any contaminants.

In theory, this will prevent engine damage and make that Cadillac 3.6L V6 operate more efficiently. Except, all of the dirt that the OE 2008-2011 Cadillac CTS 3.6L air filter removes, builds up between the paper creases (hence the term 'surface loading' filter) and blocks airflow. Not only does this limit the amount of oxygen that will ultimately reach the combustion chambers. It causes the air that does make it through, to slow down and heat up. Cold air on the other hand, has more oxygen molecules than warm air, and velocity allows more air to get compressed into the cylinders. So pumping lots of cold air into the motor will cause the fuel to burn hotter, which yields more horsepower, more torque, and much faster throttle response.

To do this, the AIRAID 253-252C cold air dam intake system swaps out the factory air box and paper air filter, with a big blue AIRAID SynthaMax high-flow performance air filter. This washable synthetic air filter is made from two different layers of polyester. The outer layer of needlefelt polyester is designed to capture larger contaminants without reducing airflow.

An AIRAID Cadillac CTS Cold Air Intake boosts horsepower & torque on '08-'11 Cadillac 3.

An AIRAID Cadillac CTS cold air intake boosts horsepower on 2008-2011 Cadillac 3.6L V6 models

The second layer of denser wet-laid/chemical bonded rayon and polyester stops the finer dirt particles, so you get maximum filtration, without creating restrictions. These Cadillac CTS performance air filters are considered 'depth loading', because the dirt gets stored inside the filter material, instead of on the surface. This allows a much higher volume of air to enter the system, and the special AIRAID cold air dam isolates the high-flow filter from the hot air inside the engine bay.

Once the clean air has passed through the filter, it enters a low restriction polyethylene intake tube. A unique molding process causes the tube to funnel air to the motor at a higher velocity than the narrow OE intake tube, and the wide-angle curves virtually eliminate air turbulence.

All of these features combine to yield more horsepower and torque, and a more immediate response from the gas pedal. An AIRAID 253-252C cold air dam intake will also reduce your maintenance cost, because that big 360-degree AIRAID SynthaMax air filter won't have to be cleaned for up to 50,000 miles (depending on road conditions).

The AIRAID 253-252C intake is designed for the following vehicles:

2011 CADILLAC CTS 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 CADILLAC CTS 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 CADILLAC CTS 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 CADILLAC CTS 3.6L V6 Fuel Injection - All Models


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AIRAID-Sponsored JM2 Motorsports Team Wins Big South of the Border

AIRAID Filters Production UTV finishing second in both days of racing

AIRAID Filters Production UTV finishing second in both days of racing

The JM2 Motorsports team headed south of the border to Estero Beach, not to relax, but to overcome any challenges that would be thrown that at them from a track on the beach. The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series rounds three and four were held in Ensenada, Mexico, next to the Estero Beach Resort. Jeremy McGrath and Brock Heger were both able to handle everything that was thrown at them and finish strong.

Brock started out the weekend up front in his AIRAID Filters Production UTV where he would battle in the front both days. Each race, Brock would battle for the lead throughout both races, just missing the win and finishing in second both days. After finishing strong both days over the weekend, Brock would over take the lead in the championship points.

Brock Heger take the AIRAID-sponsored Pro Lite to the podium both days

Brock Heger take the AIRAID-sponsored Pro Lite to the podium both days

In ProLite, Brock came into the weekend with the points lead after sweeping the first two rounds in Chandler, Arizona. Brock started off strong, qualifying first for Saturday’s race. He would battle for the lead in the beginning of the race before he would take the lead and finish on top of the podium for the third straight race. The next race Brock started on the second row. The top four trucks would battle the entire race while pulling away from everyone else. They would battle the entire race with the top four finishing the exact way they started with Brock finishing third place. After Brock’s strong weekend, he would remain the points leader in both the Pro Lite and his UTV. Brock said, “My Pro Lite was working amazing all weekend. This track is unlike any other race during the year. Set up is everything! I think Jeremy and I have an advantage with awesome support from Maxxis Tires and ICON Suspension guys here at the race making sure we have what we need.”

Brock Heger with three wins in a row in his AIRAID Pro Lite

Brock Heger with three wins in a row in his AIRAID Pro Lite

Brock wasn’t the only one standing on the podium in Mexico. Jeremy had a very strong weekend in his Maxxis Tires, AIRAID Pro2 as well. It all started in qualifying and then carried it into the race. For Saturday’s race, Jeremy started on the front row and with the green flag he would jump out into the lead and stay there until the checkered flag waved, giving him a first place podium finish. On Sunday, Jeremy was fast once again, qualifying number one for the race, but drew an inversion of six. Starting on the third row Jeremy knew he had a hard race ahead of him. With all the sand and dirt flying into the truck from the roost in front of him, the AIRAID filters were going to be put to the test.

Jeremy McGrath keeping his Pro 2 and AIRAID filters clean to show off while on top of the podium

Jeremy McGrath keeping his Pro 2 and AIRAID filters clean to show off while on top of the podium

The filters held up strong, keeping everything out of his motor, but other parts on the truck weren’t so fortunate during the race. Jeremy said, “Starting from the 6th position is hard to come back from at any race, but Mexico is the hardest. The roost was insane and I did my best to charge to the front. I had some heavy contact in turn three that left me with a bent tie rod. The truck was difficult to keep straight and a 5th was the best we could do today. My team did an amazing job, it was great to have my family here and the people in Baja are so welcoming! We sure do love Mexico and the win on Saturday felt great!” With Jeremy’s win and a fifth place finish, he is second in points in his Pro2.

Mexico was both a strong weekend and a strong start to the 2017 season for the JM2 Motorsports team. They will be heading out to rounds five and six at the Utah Motorsports Complex in Tooele, Utah, in June. So watch for Brock and Jeremy to be up in front and battling for the win every time they are out on the track.

The JM2 Motorsports team taking home serious hardware from Mexico

The JM2 Motorsports team taking home serious hardware from Mexico

AIRAID-sponsored driver Jeremy McGrath showing off his clean truck after winning

AIRAID-sponsored driver Jeremy McGrath showing off his clean truck after winning


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AIRAID Can Add Power to Fullsize 1996-2000 Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac Trucks & SUVs

AIRAID 202-240 Air Box Intake for all 96-00 GMT800 4.3L Vortec V6, 5.0L Vortec V8, and 5.7L Vortec

AIRAID 202-240 air box intake for all 96-00 GMT800 4.3L Vortec V6, 5.0L Vortec V8, and 5.7L Vortec

For the 1996 model year, General Motors released a new line of Vortec engines for its GMT800 Chevrolet, Cadillac, and GMC fullsize pickup trucks and SUVs. The name is derived from the unique intake ports and cylinder walls, which are designed to create a vortex between the air and fuel as they enter the combustion chamber.

Thanks to this novel setup, the 4.3L Vortec 4300 V6, 5.0L Vortec 5000 V8, and 5.7L Vortec 5700 V8 were able to make considerably more power than the preceding generation of engines, even though they were the same size. These GM Vortec motors were used in a number of different cars, trucks and SUVs. But the AIRAID 202-240 Air Box Performance Intake System is only designed to work with the following GM trucks:

  • 1996-2000 Chevrolet Silverado C1500 (up to 1999), C2500 & C3500
  • 1996-2000 Chevrolet Silverado K1500 (up to 1999), K2500 & K3500
  • 1996-2000 GMC Sierra C1500 (up to 1999), C2500 & C3500
  • 1996-2000 GMC Sierra K1500 (up to 1999), K2500 & K3500
  • 1996-1999 Chevrolet Suburban C1500/C2500
  • 1996-1999 Chevrolet Suburban K1500/K2500
  • 1996-1999 GMC Suburban C1500/C2500
  • 1996-1999 GMC Suburban K1500/K2500
  • 1996-2000 Chevrolet Tahoe
  • 1996-2000 GMC Yukon
  • 1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade

AIRAID improves power on all GMT800 trucks & SUVs with the Vortec V6 or Vortec V8

AIRAID improves power on all GMT800 trucks & SUVs with the Vortec V6 or Vortec V8

The idea behind the General Motors Vortec engine design is to increase the velocity and volume of air entering the combustion chamber. That way the air will be able to mix more thoroughly with the fuel, which allows the engine to create more power by burning the fuel more completely. The stock air intake system however, can't provide enough air for the 4.3L Vortec, 5.0L Vortec, or 5.7L Vortec to reach its performance potential. And that's where the AIRAID 202-240 cold air intake system comes in. Instead of relying on the restrictive factory air box and 'surface loading' paper air filter. The whole intake system gets replaced by a high-flow AIRAID SynthaMax air filter, that is surrounded by a specially designed Cold Air Dam (CAD). When the hood is closed, a rubber gasket on top of the CAD seals out hot engine bay air, creating a virtual cold air chamber. The oversized AIRAID performance air filter can then ingest a much higher volume of cold air, as it rushes in through a hole in the side of the fender well.

An AIRAID 202-240 Air Box Intake creates a cold air chamber for all 96-00 GM fullsize trucks & S

An AIRAID 202-240 air box intake creates a cold air chamber for all 96-00 GM fullsize trucks & SUVs

All of that oxygen-rich cold air is then cleaned as it passes through the washable synthetic air filter. It's made from two distinct layers of non-woven polyester, that have been specifically developed to trap and hold even the smallest dirt particles. Then you can just wash it out and keep going. No oil treatment required. Plus, it's backed by the AIRAID No-Hassle Lifetime Warranty, so it will probably be the last air filter that you have to buy.

Because the AIRAID 202-240 cold air intake utilizes the factory intake tube, all of the stock sensors and ECU settings remain unchanged. This allows for a simple installation, and 50-state street legal status.

The AIRAID 202-240 is designed for the following vehicles:

2000 GMC YUKON DENALI 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 GMC K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 GMC K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 GMC C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 GMC C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CHEVROLET TAHOE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CHEVROLET K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CHEVROLET K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CHEVROLET C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CHEVROLET C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
2000 CADILLAC ESCALADE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC YUKON DENALI 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC YUKON 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 GMC C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET TAHOE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CHEVROLET C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1999 CADILLAC ESCALADE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC YUKON 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 GMC C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET TAHOE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1998 CHEVROLET C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC YUKON 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 GMC C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET TAHOE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1997 CHEVROLET C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC YUKON 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 GMC C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET TAHOE 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET K1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C3500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C2500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C2500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C2500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C1500 SUBURBAN 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C1500 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C1500 5.0L V8 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102
1996 CHEVROLET C1500 4.3L V6 Fuel Injection - Used w/200-102 or 201-102


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