Weapon R cold air intake systems come in two forms, both of which can provide more air to your engine than the competition can
The Dragon air filter from Weapon R features a velocity stack built in to the filter element for higher air volumes
Weapon R headers, like Weapon R intakes, are designed for high flow with low weightthey both look great under your hood too
By using a foam element instead of cotton gauze, the Weapon R air filter element is said to flow more air with equivalent filtration
Put a dragon under your hood! The Dragon Weapon R cold air intake, that is. A Weapon R cold air intake produces power by drawing cooler air into your engine from outside the engine bay. Every cold air intake does this, though, so what makes a Weapon R cold air intake different from the rest? To start with, the Weapon R cold air intake uses an oiled foam air filter element instead of the more common cotton gauze. The company claims that the foam element in their Weapon R cold air intake systems flows up to 80% more air while providing better filtration. The air entering the Weapon R cold air intake then flows through a mandrel-bent aluminum duct precisely designed for your specific vehicle. The ductwork on each Weapon R cold air intake is TIG welded for a perfect seal and exact fit, and all rubber fittings are silicone for the ultimate in flexibility and heat resistance. To top it off, each Weapon R cold air intake is hand tuned to ensure that it meets all performance criteria before going in the box. The Dragon Weapon R cold air intake has recently been joined by the new Secret Weapon, a new kind of Weapon R cold air intake. The Secret Weapon claims to use multiple tube diameters to create a vacuum effect, essentially sucking more air into your engine than even the engine is capable of doing! Check it out for yourselfit's winning awards in import tuner magazines across the country. Either way, there's a Weapon R cold air intake designed just for your sport compact or pickup truck, so find out how much more power you can make.Light weight is important in a header designafter all, you don't want your new Weapon R headers to weigh more than the stock manifold you're taking off your car. That's not usually an issue with big American V8 engines, but on sport compact motors, headers can weigh more than the manifolds they replace. Not so with lightweight Weapon R headers, though. Weapon R headers start with the best exhaust material on the planet: Stainless steel. Stainless pipes are mandrel bent into the correct shape for optimum exhaust flow on Weapon R headers, after which they're double welded to the flange. The flanges themselves on Weapon R headers are CNC machined for perfect fit, which is essential to a leak-free fit on your sport compact car. The stainless on Weapon R headers is then given a show polish before it's put in the box with all necessary installation hardware and shipped to you. How good are Weapon R headers? How many exhaust components carry a lifetime warranty? Weapon R headers have a limited lifetime warranty to prove to you how good they are. While they're not available for many applications, if you drive one of the cars that Weapon R headers are produced for, you can treat your exhaust system to the finest in header design. Weapon R headers flow more exhaust so you can produce more power.Going against the grain in the high-flow air filter marketplace is the Weapon R air filter. Instead of incorporating surgical cotton gauze as the majority of filters do, the Weapon R air filter uses oiled high-density foam for filtration. The Weapon R air filter works a lot like your lawn mower air filter (if you have an old Briggs & Stratton mower): The air passes through the foam in the Weapon R air filter where oil captures it and holds it in place until cleaning time. The Weapon R air filter claims up to 80% better airflow with equal or better cleaning ability when compared to conventional cotton high-flow filters, all of which should translate into quicker track times for you. Part of the secret to the Weapon R air filter is the velocity stack that's incorporated right into the filter design. The velocity stack in the Weapon R air filter also improves air flow and volume, increasing power potential. And for you guys and girls who like to change things up now and then, you'll love the fact that the Weapon R air filter can be taken apart and the foam element can be replaced with one of a different color. You can customize even your Weapon R air filter now! And if you want the ultimate in power enhancements, pick up the SW1 Weapon R air filter, available as part of the new Secret Weapon intake system. The SW1 Weapon R air filter has an improved velocity stack design that the company claims will increase airspeed at the intake for even better launches. So make foam fast: Check out a Weapon R air filter on your car, truck, van, or SUV.