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AEM Blog - AEM ETI (Electronically Tuned Intake), System And Why It Works So Well
Linda Macfarlane

Linda Macfarlane

I am Chief Copywriter for Auto Parts Network. I get to write automotive-related stuff all day long - what could be better?! Except driving or riding, of course ...

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December 5th, 2011


AEM ETI (Electronically Tuned Intake), System And Why It Works So Well

The AEM Subaru WRX STI which was unveiled at SEMA 2011delivers an amazing extra 35 horsepower with 36 foot pounds of torque to the wheels.  AEM accomplishes this utilizing a dual air intake system and an ETI or electronically tuned intake.  ETI allows AEM to maintain the original diameter of the air intake tubing at the throttle body, delivering more air flow for greater power gains.  The ETI communicates electronically with the mass air flow sensor, ensuring the correct amount of fuel is always delivered depending on the demands being placed on your engine, taking into account the larger diameter tubing.  Many air intake systems will “detune” or reduce the size of the intake tube at the mass air flow sensor, compromising performance.

The Nissan 2011 370Z Nismo air intake system by AEM delivers an impressive 20 horsepower increase, with an equally impressive 15 foot pounds of torque.  AEM’s electronically tuned intake systems deliver the power and performance you are looking for, no matter what vehicle you drive!

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Alejo
Posted 2 years ago
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