All AEM Cold Air Intake Systems are designed to increase power and performance. AEM designs its Brute Force air intakes for popular gas and diesel trucks, SUV's and late-model, fuel injected muscle cars, and dyno-tunes each system to produce more torque and horsepower for large displacement engines.
Our mechanical engineers emphasize tuning the resonance properties on designs that include an aluminum inlet pipe to help carry more air to the intake valves. In a few designs we use a molded High Density Polyethylene tube which allows our engineers to route incoming air in more creative ways. We route our plumbing so that the filter draws air from a safe and cool location. Many designs include a steel powder coated heat shield to shroud the filter from engine heat and road dirt. Every BRUTE FORCE truck cold air intake we make is guaranteed for the life of your vehicle.
Our R&D testing procedures and quality-first manufacturing processes set our intakes apart. But what makes our air intakes better is they deliver more torque and horsepower while providing superior filtration and performance using our Dryflow® synthetic air filter. Combine this with a steel heat shield, reinforced brackets, unmatched looks and a lifetime guarantee, and it's easy to see why AEM BRUTE FORCE Cold Air Intakes deliver the most "Air Power."
AEM Brute Force Intake Systems are the biggest and toughest intake systems we manufacture. The Brute Force features a large Dryflow
air filter, which offers more surface area and utilizes deep, bull-nosed pleats to improve dust holding capacity and increase intervals between cleanings. We route the plumbing so that the filter draws air from a safe and cool location, and provide a powder coated steel heat shield to shroud the filter from engine heat and road dirt. In many cases, the tube is constructed of rotomolded plastic which allows us to make shapes that are comformal to the openings of a fresh air source.
Some air intake systems we sell are not legal for use in California or other states adopting California emission standards (Their CARB Exempt status is listed as "no"). These same systems are street legal in all other states. Systems that are CARB exempt are street legal in all 50 states. Please use our part number search to identify the CARB status of a part by vehicle.