c7 corvette Stingray Halltech Stinger R cold air intake
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C7 Corvette Halltech Intake - Stingray


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C7 Corvette Stingray Halltech Intake

C7 Corvette Stingray LT1 Halltech Intake with your choice of traditional Red K&N Filter or the Super High Flow Green Agapostemon Filter - Ram Air Induction System is the perfect intake for your LT1 C7 Corvette. This Intake is a True Cold Air and is a straight Bolt on application. This Intake does not require a tune. Fully Rotomolded and Tapered, the Intake includes the High Flow K&N Filter. You can expect up to 14 Rear Wheel Horsepower and 14 foot pounds of Torque. The Halltech Stinger R will not cause a CEL Check Engine Light and does not require a tune. Give your Stingray Corvette a breath of fresh air with the Halltech Cold Air Intake.

Each C7 Corvette Stingray LT1 Halltech Intake with traditional Red K&N Filter or Agapostemon Bee Filter for the  Seventh Generation is manufactured in Ixonia Wisconsin in Halltech's production and manufacturing facility. Made from high quality roto molding and a propriety Filter, the Halltech Stinger R is a proven winner. Boasting 3.6 seconds 0 - 60 miles per hour and 11.3 seconds 0 - 120 miles per hour. The high flow air filter has 50 percent more surface area than the stock filter. The tapered design of the air bridge increase air velocity and has a true bell mouth radius velocity stack for perfect LTFTs. The Air Filter flow bench tested at a whopping 1.5" H2O, making this one of the best lowing filters out there. Installation is simple and can be done in your garage with basic hand tools. When only the best cold air intake will do, then the C7 Corvette Stingray Halltech Intake with Red K&N Filter or Agapostemon Bee Filter is for you. 

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Fitment: C7 Corvette Stingray (2014 - 2019)

Product Note: Not legal for Highway use in States adopting California emissions standards. Not legal for sale in California.