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SP Series IntakeInjen Intake System for the FR-S/BRZ

QUICK FACTS

Positive

+ Highest Horsepower in 6,000-6,500 RPM range
+ Highest Horsepower in 5,000-5,500 RPM range
+ Highest Horsepower in 4,500-5,000 RPM range
+ Highest Horsepower in 4,000-4,500 RPM range
+ Second Highest Horsepower in 5,500-6,000 RPM range
+ Second Highest Horsepower in 3,500-4,000 RPM range

Negatives

– Steel air box is a bit heavy
– Sound tube deleted

Injen Intake System for the FR-S/BRZOverview: The Short Ram SP Series is a traditional, underhood air intake system that takes the place of your factory airbox and air filter, and the factory air intake tube. A synthetic dry filter media is used.

Analysis: The Injen SP Series intake system scored well from 3,500 RPM until redline. The OE mounting points are used to to secure the air box. Overall, a good fit but rubber mounts or grommets would be a nice addition.

(Left) A calibration tube is used to optimize the MAF sensor signal. (Right) This box helps isolate the filter from heat in the engine compartment.

(Left) The Injen SP Intake provides a machined MAF sensor boss. (Right) The synthetic media with screen mesh

Injen Intake System for the FR-S/BRZ

Average Horsepower + Average Air Fuel Ratio


Scion FR-S/BRZ Intake Test: Pt 1 (Stock ECU)

• Part One Intro

• Intake Showcase (Part One)

AEM ETI INTAKE SYSTEM, BLITZ ADVANCED POWER AIR, HKS PREMIUM SUCTION, INJEN SP SERIES, K&N 69-SERIES TYPHOON, TAKEDA MOMENTUM, TRD PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE, WEAPON-R SECRET WEAPON, APEXI POWER INTAKE FILTER, AVO TURBO WORLD SILICONE INLET COMBO PIPE, BLITZ SUS POWER FILTER LM, K&N REPLACEMENT AIR FILTER

• Part One Conclusion

Ecutek FR-S | Reprogramming the Power-Limiting Factory ECU

Scion FR-S/BRZ Intake Test: Pt 2 (EcuTek ECU)

• Part Two Intro

• Intake Showcase (Part Two)

AEM ETI INTAKE SYSTEM, BLITZ ADVANCED POWER AIR, HKS PREMIUM SUCTION, INJEN SP SERIES, K&N 69-SERIES TYPHOON, TAKEDA MOMENTUM, TRD PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE, WEAPON-R SECRET WEAPON

• Part Two Conclusion

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