69 Series Typhoon Intake
QUICK FACTS Positive + Gains from 6,500 RPM to Redline + OEM like fitment + Mounts to factory airbox mounts + Durable powdercoat finish + One of less expensive systems Negative – No option to retain sound tube – Power loss between 3,000 and 5,000 RPM – Relatively heavyOverview: The 69 Series TyphoonTM Air Intake System includes a free flowing mandrel-bent aluminum tube and airbox assembly. Typhoon intake tubes have a durable powdercoat finish. Fitment is exceptional, while pricing is extremely competitive. Analysis: This intake system works very well from 6,500 RPM to redline. Lower RPM operation doesn’t allow the system to outperform the factory airbox.
(Left) The oil-type media can be cleaned and service for a lifetime of use. (Right) A machined aluminum MAF sensor boss accepts the factory sensor.
(Left) The steel endcap adds to the filters rigidity. (Right) This dust sleeve seals the intake tube into the airbox.
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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