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Off Road Warehouse Announces the Release of the NEW K&N Intake System for your 2017+ Nissan Titan Non-XD 5.6L





The 63-6019 Aircharger Intake System was designed to fit specific Nissan Titan models. K&N Aircharger air intake systems are designed to dramatically reduce intake air restriction and increase air flow. More air means more usable power and acceleration throughout the engine's RPM range. This Aircharger Intake System begins with a cone-shaped K&N high-flow air filter which is made from an oiled cotton-gauze media. This filter can be used for up to 100,000 miles before servicing is needed depending on driving conditions. Air funnels through the velocity stack then through the aerodynamically designed K&N tube which connects to the throttle body. A rubber-lined heat shield is installed between the intake tube and air filter using the factory mounting locations to keep out hot engine bay temperatures. Additionally, the factory mass air flow sensor and both EVAP hoses mount directly on the intake tube. This design allows cooler, denser air in to the engine guaranteeing power gains compared to the factory system. When you put a K&N Aircharger Air Intake System to work, you can feel confident that you've got a product specially designed and tested for your specific engine demands. This air intake cannot be sold in California. It is not legal for use in California or other states adopting California emission standards.




  • Guaranteed horsepower gain
  • Designed to improve throttle response and engine sound
  • Free-flowing high density polyethylene tube
  • Replaces entire factory air intake system
  • K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty
  • Lasts up to 100,000 miles before service is required (depending on driving conditions
  • Pending CA C.A.R.B. (California Restricted Not legal for sale or use in California)

 
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K&N is FAST at shipping these items!! Install and PICS coming up SOON!!


This is for our Black 2017 Nissan Titan Non-XD Pro4x with JBA Headers.



 
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Finally got around to install this intake...


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Pull the Stock cover OFF, gently pulling up left and right corner, Backside of cover pulls forward and off. (no tools needed)





Tried to take pictures of this install but K&N Filters did a pretty good job on documenting their instructions.

See K&N Filters installation instructions here!





Simple and EASY to install with normal hand tools....







Throttle response and POWER is greatly improved, This is a Great BOLT-ON item you can do within minutes. Highly recommend this as one of the first modifications. This isn't CARB approved YET, so I'd hang on to the stock air box.

Purchase yours now!!


K&N 63-6019 Air Intake for 2017 Nissan Titan 5.6L V8 F/I






 

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Let us know your seat of the pants test drive review.
Gonna put more miles on it tonight so the CPU can re-learn itself and hopefully get this on the DYNO soon.
 

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I want one of these. It's one of the very few things I plan on doing to my truck.

Is the CPU learning a real thing? Because I drive my truck like a ***** currently because the manual said to keep it until 4 grand until 1200 miles. I know it's probably unnecessary & had I a not read it, I wouldn't be, but I guess it's an OCD thing. Anyway, I keep seeing that around here and I've never heard of such a thing until I read it here. (Also I try to maintain a decent lost cause gas mileage). But after 1200 miles if I start to hammer on it some, it has to relearn how to be fast?
 

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K&N Suggests to disconnect the (-) side of the battery which i did during my installation. ECU relearns itself and adjusts pretty quickly usually within 20-50 miles. I DID put some miles on it last night and just with the intake the truck feels VERY responsive throughout the entire RPM range. (i still haven't WOT) my driving habits haven't changed and seems to get up to speed much quicker. I picked up this truck with only 2300 miles with the JBA headers & Exhaust and it already seen some Dirt Action before i got it. I will monitor MPG but once you get the taste of the power and sound you get addicted and want more.. Lol

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I want one of these. It's one of the very few things I plan on doing to my truck.

Is the CPU learning a real thing? Because I drive my truck like a ***** currently because the manual said to keep it until 4 grand until 1200 miles. I know it's probably unnecessary & had I a not read it, I wouldn't be, but I guess it's an OCD thing. Anyway, I keep seeing that around here and I've never heard of such a thing until I read it here. (Also I try to maintain a decent lost cause gas mileage). But after 1200 miles if I start to hammer on it some, it has to relearn how to be fast?
 
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Thanks for the reply. The CAI and an exhaust is about the only thing I plan on doing to it for a while. Maybe a tune if I can something that's not $500 plus dollars but it's so new, I don't want to butcher the exhaust quite yet. Maybe next year or so but I do want the CAI.
 

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I got mine installed yesterday and it definitely makes a difference. Definitely accelerates a lot better!
 
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K&N has MORE in stock and ready to Go!!! Go to our link above for an easy purchase and get this on your truck!! Best, quick MOD you can do with normal hand tools!!
 
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Now, that you have installed the K&N and may have put some miles on it, what's your opinion of it? Fee? Sound? MPG? HP?...your opinion in particular? I'm considering buy one but wanted some feed back.
We have one on Lanes 2017 along with JBA Long Tubes, JBA Exhaust, & currently working with UPREV to dial in the tune for this truck. It's a little more complex than Gen1 ECU and we'll get it on the DYNO as soon as we sort it out.

But drivability this Intake is awesome! Sounds great when you get on it and not too loud like the previous Gen1. We can't update the MPG yet as we are dialing it in. Fit and finish and quality of K&N products is top notch.
 
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K&N Air Intake Rebate Form


Receive a $25 rebate on any K&N automotive or powersports Air Intake purchased between

November 1 - November 30, 2017. See Rebate Form for official rules.

KN Filters Rebate Form Here!!!


 
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