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AFE Stage 2 Si Cold Air Intake with Pro Dry S Filter for 2009-2014 VW & Audi 2.0L TDI 51-81711

Part# 51-81711 l UPC# 802959511930
$354.00 Now $249.59
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Product Description

The aFe Stage 2 Si Cold Air Intake System with washable and reusable oil-free Pro Dry S filter is a quick and effective performance upgrade for 2009-2014 2.0L VW Jetta, Golf, Beetle and Passat TDI’s as well as the 2009-2013 Audi A3 TDI. It features a CAD designed intake tube for optimal airflow and a high-efficiency, low restriction air filter. No drilling or cutting is required – the 100% bolt-on system mounts directly to your lower airbox housing!

This performance Air Intake System out-flows the factory intake by a whopping 56%! That massive cool airflow increase translates to 23 lbs. x ft torque at 3050 RPM and 10 extra horsepower at 3150 RPM. If you’re planning to upgrade your TDI’s exhaust or add a power module, you’ll get the maximum benefit out of those upgrades when combined with this sealed intake system.

The improvement in air flow and air temperature of the Stage 2 Si intake will help your VW TDI breathe better and will lead to fuel economy gains in addition to increased horsepower and torque. Our testing of this cold air intake has shown gains of 1-2 mpg in improved mileage.

Your new TDI cold air intake system features aFe’s popular Pro Dry S filter media. Boasting a 99.2% filtration efficiency rating, the Pro Dry S filter is a washable and reusable oil free filter constructed with two layers of randomly porous synthetic fabric.

With deep open pleats, it has a long life and multiple cleaning cycles, and is easier to service than conventional oiled filters. For maximum convenience with no filter re-oiling, choose the Pro Dry S filter from aFe for your 2.0L TDI.

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