Airaid - Intake System w/Dry Filter - 2016-2017 Camaro SS - AIR-251-333
2016-2017 Camaro SS - Airaid - Intake System/Dry Filter
Airaid MXP Series Intake System for a 2016-2017 Camaro SS features a one-piece roto-molded air box, intake tube with cross-linked, high-density polyethylene that maintains proper mass air flow readings and calibration, built in velocity stack, and a premium Airaid dry filter for increased airflow. Horsepower gains of 10+ have been seen with this system.
Not legal for sale or use in Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.
- Estimated Horsepower Gain: 10 HP @ 4700 RPM
- Superior horsepower and acceleration gains
- Red dry synthetic premium air filter recommended for everyday street driving
- High airflow washable and reusable air filter media
- MXP air box incorporates an aluminum lid that shields the air filter from hot engine air and provides easy serviceability of the air filter
- Tuned velocity stack for high air flow and mass air sensor functionality
- Replaces stock intake tubing, air filter and air box
- No Hassle Lifetime Warranty
- Includes Free Shipping to the Lower 48!
- Proudly Made in the USA!
|Vehicle Range||Camaro SS|
|HP Gain||10+ hp|
|Spec Weight||11.6 lbs total weight|
Do I need to tune my car after installing an Airaid intake? Most Airaid intake systems are designed to perform well with the stock calibration of your vehicle. No tuning is required; however, tuning will maximize the benefits of your air intake system.
What HP gains can I expect? You can expect to see approximately 10-20 HP gains depending on the system.
Do I need to modify my car to install an Airaid intake? The Airaid intake is designed to "bolt-on" using factory mounting points. You do not need to cut, drill, or modify your car. We do recommend saving your stock components.
Will an Airaid system set a CEL (check engine light)? No, currently all Airaid intake systems are designed to function properly with your vehicle's stock calibration and should not activate the check engine light. If you have a check engine light, it should be investigated immediately.
What is the difference between an oiled and dry filter? Oiled filters are recommended for more dusty, dry conditions and dry filters are recommended for everyday street driving.
When do I need to clean my filter? Oiled filters should be inspected every 6,000 miles. If there is dirt or debris built up to the height of the filter mesh, it needs to be cleaned. For normal driving conditions, cleaning is required every 10,000-12,000 miles. A cleaning kit is required for an oiled filter (never used compressed air for cleaning). Dry filters are normally cleaned once a year with a quick blow off (no cleaning kit or solvent required). Over cleaning the filter will shorten the life of the filter and reduce its filtration efficiency.
Is there a benefit to having a closed air box versus the open top design? Closed air box systems have a nice look, but don't add any more horsepower than an open top design system. Open top systems are designed to seal to the hood of your car, providing the same results as a closed box system.
Will an aftermarket hood affect the performance of an Airaid system? It depends on the rise of the hood in the air box area. The hood seal we use engages the air box over 3/8”. Therefore, it’s possible to take up at least a ¼” gap by simply pulling straight up on the hood seal. For the 5th gen Camaro, we instruct customers to lift the hood seal up as much as possible while maintaining engagement on the upper edge of the air box. The next step is to close the hood and push downward on the closed hood in the air box area. This allows the hood seal to seat to the proper height.
Will an Airaid intake affect my warranty? Legally, a vehicle manufacturer can't void a warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle. We recommend contacting your particular dealer to clarify warranty policies.
Are Airaid systems CARB approved? Some Airaid intake systems are CARB approved. We have noted CARB EO numbers on products that are CARB approved. Systems that are currently not CARB approved can't be sold or shipped to a state that has adopted California emissions standards.
Does Airaid have a warranty? Yes, Airaid has a "No Hassle" lifetime warranty against material defects and workmanship.