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TA-3016P

aFe Takeda Stage 2 Intakes - Infiniti G37 Coupe 2008-2012

Add Optional Splash Shield

This true cold air intake system's striking polished tubes stand out in the VQ's engine bay, while its custom-built 10-1/2" wide air filter (that can be seen through the front grille) provides a race-inspired look.

Features: 

  • Dyno-Proven Gains up to +16 HP and +12 Lbs. x Ft. TQ
  • Outflows factory intake by 19%
  • Measured Flow: 306 CFM @ 7" H2O
  • Washable and Reusable Pro DRY S Air Filter for Maximum Convenience
  • Unique Intake Design with Custom One-Piece Air Filter
  • Optional Splash Shield P/N: TA-3016S (Optional) Protects from Direct Water Splash

Large Three Layer Performance Air Filter:
This aFe POWER Pro DRY S is a 10-1/2” tall, dual inlet, 360-degree radial flow performance air filter that was custom made to fit directly behind the front grille. It features our oil-free air filter media, with three layers of progressively finer synthetic media for maximum convenience. It provides great filtration efficiency and dust holding capacity, while not requiring the use of oils. This media is best suited for street use. 

Dyno-Tuned Aluminum Intake Tubes:
This dual intake system features mandrel-bent aluminum intake tubes that maximize airflow and velocity. Its clear-coated polished finish will not oxidize, ensuring a long-lasting show quality finish.

Hassle-Free Installation:
All required hardware is included for a hassle-free installation. This kit requires removal of the front bumper but, unlike other intakes on the market for VQs, it can be installed without any trimming or modifications. Reinforced silicone couplings provide adjustability, allowing the tubes to easily sit behind the front bumper.

Emissions Disclaimer:
This product is 50-state legal for 2008-2013 models (CARB EO# D-550-16).

  • 2008-2012 Infiniti G37 Coupe
aFe racing filters are warranted against manufacturer defects for 1 year.

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