AEM Brute Force

Guaranteed for the life of your vehicle!

The AEM Brute Force Induction System is most widely used in trucks and SUV’s to give you more torque and horsepower in large movement engines. AEM engineers designed their induction system to get as much air as possible to the intake valves. The plumbing was routed so that the filter gets its air from the absolute coolest location. It also offers a powder coated heat shield to protect your engine from heat and dirt. The Brute Force is also guaranteed for the life of your vehicle! Now that’s a guarantee you can take to the bank.

What does forced induction mean?

A forced induction is used to bring more power and efficiency to your trucks engine. It is essentially two compressors. Every engines main compression is the compression stroke. An additional compressor going into the intake makes it “forced”.  The pressure created is called boost. The engine with forced induction has a greater compression without detonation because the air charge is cooled by the intercooler. Diesel engines don’t have the problem with pre-ignition because fuel is injected at the end of the compression stroke. That is why compression is used. Most diesels use a turbocharger because the exhaust from a diesel is extremely strong and therefore better for driving a turbo.

Give us a call at 714-848-2170 M-F from 8-5 PST – We will answer your questions regarding the AEM Brute Force Induction System. Ask about Free Shipping!

Live locally? We install AEM Brute Force Induction Systems! Feel free to stop by our location and meet us! OC DIESEL, INC. is located at 17242 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Suites A and B. We have a full service shop staffed with knowledgeable technicians who are ready to squash any Diesel Repair issues.

The Diesel Performance Experts

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