Toyota Motor Corporation initially made their mark in the automotive industry with smaller, highly fuel efficient and reliable compact vehicles, but the 21st century saw some new players on Toyota’s roster with their rugged and powerful trucks. The Toyota Tundra burst onto the scene in 2000 and took Motor Trend’s Truck of the Year in its rookie season, defeating veterans of Detroit’s Big Three. The Tundra has continued to impress over the years with a powerful V8 engine, durability and overall reliability. Owners of 2010 and 2011 Toyota Tundra 4.6L models can upgrade their lifted trucks to even more power and performance with K&N’s 77-9035KP performance air intake system.
K&N’s 77-9035KP performance air intake system is precision engineered, specifically for new Tundra models, and will make owners grin from ear to ear with an estimated gain of 10 horsepower and 11 pound-feet of torque at 5280 RPM. It replaces the restrictive factory intake system with a mandrel-bent aluminum tube and oversized K&N air filter. It comes with a heat shield to help maintain lower inlet air temperatures.
K&N engineered this performance air intake system to maintain all factory connections and work within the truck’s factory engine programming parameters. This simple to install, air intake system comes with a washable and reusable air filter and is backed by K&N’s Million Mile Limited Warranty. It will provide outstanding air filtration and it can be used for up to 100,000 miles before air filter servicing is needed depending on driving conditions.
To the dismay of some (and to the joy of others) the pickup truck market is no longer dominated by Detroit. Manufacturers like Toyota have brought all-star players to their lineup, such as the reliable and rugged Tundra. In any competition, great players need great equipment, and 2010 and 2011 Tundra 4.6L V8 owners can help their all-stars shine with the K&N 77-9035KP performance intake system. Buy this product at K&N dealers in your part of the world – click here to find a K&N dealer near you.
SoCal SAYS: Another great intake from K&N for the new Tundras. It retails for about $300, which is competitive with most other intakes. You can’t beat the quality, extra HP, and a company that stands behind their products.