This Cold Air Intake System uses a high flow reusable cloth filter manufactured exclusively for Mini Mania.
Fits 2002 - 2006 R53 MINI Cooper S Hatchbacks, and also 2005 - 2008 R52 MINI Cooper S Convertible.
The dyno-engineered Cold Air Intake system improves airflow, performance and filtration. Dyno results shows a less restrictive intake delivering cool air means more power from your engine. This cold air box design is backed by the best product warranty in the business. It is your assurance that every performance mile is warranted against damage caused by a failure of an ULTRIK brand component. No one else offers a warranty like this for your performance modifications. We believe it is indicative of our superior product design and reliability. Demand ULTRIK brand for all your performance modifications.
Improved airflow into the supercharger = more horsepower = better performance! This Cooper 'S' Cold Air Intake System improves on existing designs for greater efficiency. The stainless steel airbox uses a wider design with chamfered base to enable better airflow across the entire filter wile providing adequate clearance from other engine compartment devices. The high pressure area at the base of the windshield directs outside air into the airbox through the existing bulkhead opening.
The shape of the airbox frame in conjunction with its bulb type rubber seal provides a positive seal against the underside of the bonnet, eliminating the need for an obtrusive top.
The filter element is a high flow reusable cloth filter manufactured exclusively for Mini Mania. Apply a light coat of K&N filter oil before installation. Oil not included.
Works well on JCW cars too.
NOTE:If you have an Automatic Transmission, select the Tech Article button on the right and read the article "Cold Air Intake & Automatic Trans 02-06 MINI".
Some Intakes Kits are not legal for street use in California and other states adopting California emission standards while others are CARB exempt and 50 state legal. This product is not CARB exempt.
NOTE: Some states (like California) have ever tightening requirements for emissions testing and inspections. Always check your local regulations on compliance for street use.