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This is a list of all the various air intake kits available to the Titan. The information for each kit is provided from the manufacturer. If you have performed a dyno on or have written a review for your specific kit, please provide me a link to the information so that it may be added.

Note: Street Prices are approximations based on average prices from internet retailers.

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AEM Brute Force Intake System
HP: 17.9 hp @ 3750 RPM
TQ: 25.0 lb-ft @ 3750 RPM
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal : Pending
MSRP: $373.23
Street Price: $260


AFE Stage I Magnum Force Cold Air Intake System
HP: 12 hp @ 3500 RPM
TQ: 21 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
50 State Legal : Unknown
MSRP: $278.57
Street Price: $200
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AFE Stage II Magnum Force Cold Air Intake System
HP: 17 hp @ 3500 RPM
TQ: 27 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: $421.43
Street Price: $300
More Manufacturer Info
User Review: RockyMtnTitan


AIRAID Intake System
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal: Yes
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $200


Air Force One Intake System
HP: 13 hp
TQ: 19 lb-ft
50 State Legal: Yes
MSRP: $367.00
Street Price: $265

Photo Not Available​

Dub Air
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
50 State Legal: 49 states and C.A.R.B. pending
MSRP: $399.99
Street Price: $325


Fram Boost
HP: 17.9 hp @ 3750 RPM
TQ: Unknown
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph (pdf)
50 State Legal: 49 state, pending CARB exemption
MSRP: $260
Street Price: ?


Fujita F5 Air Intake System
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal : Unknown
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $320


Injen Powerflow
HP: 28 hp
TQ: 43 lb-ft
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $370


K&N 77 Series
HP: 7.27 @ 4914 RPM
TQ: Unknown
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal: Yes
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $200-240
Notes: Available in polished or plain aluminum


K&N Generation II FIPK
HP: 11.21 @ 5073 RPM
TQ: Unknown
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal: Yes
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $250
User Review: Vector


NISMO
HP: 12.5 hp @ 5500 RPM
TQ: 15.2 lb-ft @ 3800
Link To Manufacturer's Dyno Graph
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: $300.00
Street Price: $240
User Review: heath22


True Flow Air Intake
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $250


Volant Performance Cool Air Intake
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: Unknown
Street Price: $290
Notes: Ram air scoop option available


Weapon R Secret Weapon Intake System
HP: Unknown
TQ: Unknown
50 State Legal: Unknown
MSRP: $342.00
Street Price: $315
User Review: Dry Heat

 

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Remember these are MSRP from the manufacturer. Obviously they can be had for a lot less. Now I just need everyone to help add to the list, as many of the companies don't even have the minimal information on their own products.
 

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bestatchess said:
Don't forget the BigFoot Intake Mod.
Oops, I forgot about that one. Is that the one that works on the priciple that mud is denser than air?
 

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baseballfanz said:
Here's a picture of the Air Force One if you want to add it to the list above.
I've seen that before and it's definately not for the Titan. Probably some file photo they've been using.
 

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I assume you're talking about the AFE? Yes, there are a couple reviews out for it on the forum, and there is a group buy going on as well. Within the next couple weeks you'll probably see 20 members with them.
 

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Do a search, there are at least a couple members that have posted short reviews.
 

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skromfols said:
Sammy, thank you very much for the information. Some of us don't have, or don't take, the time to explore all of the performance enhancing goodies available for our Titans, and you've definately provided some great information.
Glad you found it helpful. I've added street prices to the list and a couple links to member reviews. If anyone has some good links to quality reviews for any intake, just give me the link.
 

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jessefrank said:
Just wanted to post an update on the Fujita5 intake. I recently contacted them via email.
Question:
Hello. I have a 2005 Nissan Titan and interested in your air intake system. Is it currently available and what is the cost?

Answer:
Thank you for your email. Please go to ptuning.com. They have free shipping and a great rebate right now. BTW, the Titan will be released tomorrow.

Price on Ptuning.com 321.95(free shipping)
Link: http://www.ptuning.com/html/Item-De...005 Nissan Titan 5.6L&ModelDesc=Universal Fit

Thanks Sammy for all the info.

$322, ouch! I've added it now.
 

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Update, I've now added a poll to this thread to show who's got what.
 

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TitanicDJ said:
Hey Sammy....

Just wondering if your going to add the FramBoost to the list. I know it's basically the same as the AEM but it does look a little different compared to the AEM. You could get a lot of info from LANDMAN for the write-up and I could up load an image?

I really like mine!

DJ
Sure thing. I'll try to get around to it shortly, remind me if it's not up in a couple days. Any good photos and links to reviews are appreciated.
 

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It's never going to be cooler than the OAT. It is still bringing air from within the engine compartment, or the fender at best. Either will be warmer than OAT from engine heat alone, and the fender simply being heated by the sun.

P.S. Fram Boost has been added to the list and poll.
 

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Wasn't that just the concept version of the latest Lighting (ie never produced.)
 

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Jimmy_G said:
Service Tech says Stillen CAI is better for the Air Sensor, but positive posts about AEM have me wondering if that might be a better option.
Actually, if anything the AEM would be better for your MAF. It uses a dry flow filter. I've never had any issues using oiled filters, but just some food for thought.
 

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I noticed their original dyno and press release regarding the Titan Injen Powerflow are no longer available, and neither is any other information on their website. Strange......
 

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kanco said:
Does this Brute Force intake system have a cover? I like how the Volant cover looks on the Titan. I don't like having to look at the filter just sitting out in the engine compartment.
No, the AEM does not have a cover. The Volant and AFE do.
 

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phugoid said:
i have the Nismo CAI, w/out the cover. whats the up/downside of cover/no cover? THX
Usually those without a cover have sides that go higher and a rubber strip to seal it against the hood, so in a away they have the same effect as a box with a cover.
 
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