AEM Brute Force HD Diesel Cold Air Intakes
- Designed Specifically for Diesel Vehicle Applications
- Maximum Air Flow and Excellent Filtration
- Fast and Easy to Clean
- DryFlow® Oil-free Synthetic Air Filter Media
- Reusable, Washable & Easy to Install
- Up to 100,000 miles of use before cleaning needed
- Improved Dust Flow Capacity and Increased Cleaning Intervals
- Will Last The Life of Your Vehicle
AEM Brute Force HD Diesel Air Intake Systems
AEM Cold Air Intake Systems are designed to increase your vehicle's power and performance. AEM Induction Systems is proud to release its Brute Force HD air intakes for diesel applications with a massive Dryflow® air filter element! AEM Brute Force HD air intakes are available for popular late model Cummins, Duramax and Power Stroke diesel engines. We engineer our Brute Force HD air intakes to deliver maximum flow, filtration and durability for heavy duty applications and they even outperform our BRUTE FORCE cold air intakes for these vehicles in both dust holding capacity and filter flow.
AEM's reusable Dryflow® air filter for diesel applications is huge. Compared to the standard 9" Brute Force Dryflow® Filter, the Brute Force HD Dryflow® filter features over twice the surface area of filter media and utilizes deep, bull-nosed pleats to improve dust holding capacity and increase intervals between cleanings. The Dryflow® air filter does not use oil to trap dirt so it takes the guesswork out of servicing your filter.
AEM manufactures its BruteForce HD cold air intakes from mandrel-bent, lightweight aluminum with high-strength dogbone brackets and dual rubber soft mounts for maximum durability, and includes a heat shield (when applicable) with a powder coated black finish, a complete hardware kit and comprehensive photo installation instructions. Brute Force HD intakes are available with a gunmetal powdercoat or mirror-polished finish.
Some cold 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.