USP Motorsports Cold Air Intake System, Mk6 Volkswagen 2.0TSI, Tear-Duct Direct Flow

Vendor: USP Motorsports

Available: In stock

SKU: USP-TSI-INTKKT

$ 284.99 $ 299.48
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Sequential Performance is proud to offer a complete closed element air intake system for the 2.0T. After testing several designs, USP chose to go with a closed element intake system...

 
 
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Sequential Performance is proud to offer a complete closed element air intake system for the 2.0T. After testing several designs, USP chose to go with a closed element intake system which is fed directly through the front grill of the vehicle.

The mass air flow sensor is joined to a closed element carbon fiber canister filter. The canister filter does not just look good but also performs. Constructed of carbon fiber and incorporating a high flow air filter, this filter was the perfect choice.

Finishing the intake off is USP’s patent-pending Tear-Duct. Not just a normal intake snorkel, the Tear-Duct has specifically been designed to allow maximum air into your engine. As air enters the front of your vehicle it is captured and compressed at the Duct. As air moves through the Duct, it is further compressed by the “Tear Drop” design located at the rear of the duct. The “Tear Drop” not only compresses the air but also increases flow allowing more air to be pulled into the engine.

Dyno testing yielded exception power results through-out the RPM range. Users can expect to see gains of 8-16 wheel horsepower and 10-16 ft/lbs of torque at the wheels. Modified vehicles will experience larger power gains.


- Closed element carbon fiber filter
- Patent pending Tear-Duct
- Complete intake solution
- Includes rear intake pipe

 

Fits:

Volkswagen Jetta MK6 Sedan (2011-2014) 2.0T GLI (2012-2013)
Volkswagen Jetta MK6 Sportwagen (2010-2014) 2.0 TSI
Volkswagen Golf/GTI/Rabbit MK6 (10-2014) 2.0T
Volkswagen Beetle Beetle (2012+) 2.0 TSI

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