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Old 09-29-2009, 07:13 PM   #1
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Coming Soon for Camaro - Carbon Fiber CAI from Halltech Systems

http://www.halltechsystems.com/Hallt..._p/bb440cf.htm



Here is the business end of our optional 102mm MAF housing. Notice the MAF meter is only 1.25" into the air flow, allowing much cleaner air to the throttle body. Unfortunately this MAF is 16% larger than the stock area, scaled into the MAF tables, which requires that amount to be reprogrammed into the PCM. Our basic carbon fiber unit will have an integrated MAF in the carbon fiber straight tube, which requires no reprogramming. You can see the benefit of the headers in extending torque past 4700 rpm, which is beyond peak anyway. Our $549 Yellow Jacket vs. $2000 package. Which do you think is the best buy?

Our dyno vs. bone stock, vs another Camaro with a competitor's CAI, long tube headers, high flow cats, and cat backs. Notice we are within 2 to 3 RWHP and torque of this Camaro (dynoed at the same shop earlier this month) with JUST our Carbon Fiber Yellow Jacket (no optional MAF and no tuning)



Carbon Fiber CAI coming soon from Halltech Systems, leading manufacturer of the best induction systems on the market for the Corvette Z06 and C6 LS3.

We will be testing our new CAI induction system at LS1Speed on Oct 7th. We have only one prototype at this time that we have spent many hours logging fuel trims and street testing. We are using the exact same filtration found on the LS9 and LS7, only more surface area. The beauty of this type of filter is that is is ultra high flow, and has 99.9% filtration efficiency.

This Donaldson PowerCore filter is four time more costly than the K&N, S&B sytle cotton gauze, but filters much better without a loss of power normally seen in paper type flat panel filters.

The PowerCore filter is much larger than the typical cone filters seen everywhere, which is giving us some engineering challenges with respect to the cold air shroud. pictures do not show the shroud.

The production version of the Halltech Yellow Jacket will be a one piece cross-linked polyethylene unit with the Halltech 102mm MAF housing built in to match the FAST LSXR 102mm Intake Manifold now available from Halltech.

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Old 09-29-2009, 07:14 PM   #2
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Old 09-29-2009, 07:57 PM   #3
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Carbon Fiber CAI coming soon from Halltech Systems, leading manufacturer of the best induction systems on the market for the Corvette Z06 and C6 LS3.
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Old 09-29-2009, 08:32 PM   #4
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Interesting, I've never seen a design like that.
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Old 09-29-2009, 09:55 PM   #5
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Old 09-29-2009, 10:34 PM   #7
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The production version of the Halltech Yellow Jacket will be a one piece cross-linked polyethylene unit with the Halltech 102mm MAF housing built in to match the FAST LSXR 102mm Intake Manifold now available from Halltech.

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Old 09-29-2009, 10:36 PM   #8
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Halltech CAI's are the best imo
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Old 09-29-2009, 10:46 PM   #9
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Looks awesome guys, can't wait to see it in person!
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:36 AM   #10
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Halltech CAI's are the best imo
Jim puts the time into the R&D, which you don't find out of many of the other products available! engineering my friends, not just 1st to market

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Old 09-30-2009, 11:43 AM   #11
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Halltech CAI's are the best imo
+1, I had one in my Z06 and it produced a TON of hp/tq
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Are you planning on putting some sort of box around the filter to keep it from sucking in hot engine air? LOOKS GREAT SO FAR!
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Are you planning on putting some sort of box around the filter to keep it from sucking in hot engine air? LOOKS GREAT SO FAR!
pretty sure op stated shroud in no pictured. so i would say yeah
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can this be put on a 2lt? or is it strictly for the v-8s?
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:01 PM   #15
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any idea on cost yet? ballpark figure would be fine.
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:11 PM   #16
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can this be put on a 2lt? or is it strictly for the v-8s?
I would also like to know the answer to this question.
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How do you clean a filter like that?
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Wow the website says +15 HP. Not bad
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looks great, the added hp sounds nice, let's hear some ballpark estimates on the price! Love this part!
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Wow the website says +15 HP. Not bad
Wow, a typed message from a companies website says a 15hp gain. Quick go order one right now, it MUST be an incredible piece.

Just by looking at the pics, it looks pretty much IDENTICAL to about 5 or 6 of the other CAI kits out there with the exception of the elbow looking prettier. I gather there will be some sort of shroud to better shield the unit from underhood heat.

I'm not knocking the product, just going on my observations. It eliminates the resonator tubes, and has a higher flowing filter element which add up to hp gains. Yippie do-da, so does every other CAI kit, way to join the club (albiet a little late to the party).

Some of you new Camaro owners need to realize what a piece of junk the stock inlet tract is. You can put just about anything in there and see significant gains. This CAI kit is nothing special, but it does look very nice, I will give them that.

I'd love to see a back-to-back dyno and/or track (prefer track) test between this unit and say...a Vararam or other OTR unit. I already know what would happen though, lol.
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Wow, a typed message from a companies website says a 15hp gain. Quick go order one right now, it MUST be an incredible piece.

Just by looking at the pics, it looks pretty much IDENTICAL to about 5 or 6 of the other CAI kits out there with the exception of the elbow looking prettier. I gather there will be some sort of shroud to better shield the unit from underhood heat.

I'm not knocking the product, just going on my observations. It eliminates the resonator tubes, and has a higher flowing filter element which add up to hp gains. Yippie do-da, so does every other CAI kit, way to join the club (albiet a little late to the party).

Some of you new Camaro owners need to realize what a piece of junk the stock inlet tract is. You can put just about anything in there and see significant gains. This CAI kit is nothing special, but it does look very nice, I will give them that.

I'd love to see a back-to-back dyno and/or track (prefer track) test between this unit and say...a Vararam or other OTR unit. I already know what would happen though, lol.
That doesn't say RWHP....Does it?...and we are picking up on your sarcasm..carry on young Jedi..
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