Daewoo Lanos Air Intakes

    About Daewoo Lanos Performance Air Intake Systems


    Installing an aftermarket air intake into your Daewoo Lanos will give you a more pleasant driving experience. It does this by enhancing the engine's performance, so that your Lanos has greater torque and horsepower to run on the highway with a power that was absent before. Like most OEM air intakes, the Lanos' one limits air flow into the engine, and thus restricts the amount of power it can deliver for the car's performance. In contrast, an aftermarket air intake removes this restriction due to its design, so a higher engine power is achieved.

    Though an aftermarket air intake allows for a larger amount of air to reach your engine, it does so through its advanced air filter. This filter is engineered to provide improved filtration, so you shouldn't worry about any damaging particles entering your engine. The larger amount of extra air will also give you more horsepower and torque, a smoother throttle response, faster acceleration, lower fuel bill, and even more powerful engine sound. Moreover, each aftermarket air intake can be installed quickly and easily at home with the detailed instructions and all necessary mounting hardware.

    Let the engine of your vehicle breathe freely with a quality air intake system. To satisfy the requirement of the most discerning enthusiasts, we've carefully handpicked world-class air intake systems manufactured by the top names in the industry. Engineered to optimize the air path between the air filter and the engine, air intakes provide your vehicle with the maximum airflow and you with a noticeable increase in horsepower and torque. Read over 3 air intake system reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the system that is perfect for you.



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    If you've heard something about air intakes but not sure you need one, here's the ultimate guide for you. Learn the ins and outs of an air intake system and find out the benefits of using a cold air intake for your vehicle. We'll explain what these systems do for your ride and why you need one.

    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2013 Volkswagen Golf
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    "The intake was a breeze to install. Instructions were clear and easy to follow. There was one quirk with my VW though, the secondary air injection hose connection was a tight fit. I had to remove the intake pipe from the silicone connector and affix the hose to get it to seat properly and click into place. After buttoning everything up, I took it for a test drive, the 2.5-L motor pulls stronger between 2000 rpm and 4500 rpm. Do not have to downshift as much either. Wonderful product that delivered what it said it would."

    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Toyota Tacoma
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    "I was happy to find out that the CAI fit nicely under the hood without having to relocate anything."

    5(5)
    2011 Mitsubishi Lancer
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    "This product is definitely a must-have when buying a starter performance part for the Mitsubishi Lancer. It has a deep tone when hitting power bands and maintains power throughout RPM range. I had the Injen cold air intake, and the short ram feels more powerful and has a much meaner sound."

    5(5)
    2011 Jeep Wrangler
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    "The product was a direct fit, as I was told by seller."

    5(5)
    2011 Volkswagen Jetta
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    "I installed this intake system in less than half an hour, and it adds speed and power to my car! Love it!"