Chimera Engineering Short Ram Honda Grom 125 intake system will directly replace the entire factory air box without the need to modify anything! Chimera Short Ram intake is positioned to allow a more direct, cooler and fresher air into your engine, giving you better throttle response and better performance. Increase airflow and at the same time, get a nice deep throaty intake sound while you cruise around! When it comes down to race time, you have the option to remove the air filter and expose a velocity stack/air snorkel to increase airflow! Made from aluminum and polished for the final finish.
Chimera Engineering Short Ram Intake has been proven over and over again to increase HP without harming torque! This should the first thing to do on your Honda Grom!
Chimera Short Ram Intake System contents and options:
- – Chimera Short Ram Intake Pipe
- – 3 Ply Silicone Intake Coupler
- – 2x Hose Clamp
- – TRS body fairing/shroud brace
Made in the USA! *PATENT PENDING*
Note: When installing the short ram intake, make sure the battery is unplugged. Before plugging the battery back on, make sure the IAT sensor is connected, otherwise, a check engine light would appear if you forget to plug in the IAT sensor. Resetting the ECU is recommended to erase the existing parameter and refresh itself to the new change. Please refer to the service manual for ECU reset. Like any aftermarket air intake system for the automotive and power sports industry, not recommended to be used in rain.
This product is NOT legal for sale, installation, or use on a pollution-controlled vehicle in the state of California. This product is NOT CARB legal. Legal only for racing vehicles in closed course competitions which will never be driven on a public right of way.
This product is legal for closed-course competition use only; for racing vehicles (a competition vehicle not used on public highways). Intended for off-road use or race purposes; does not meet regulations of pollution-controlled roads or highways. This system is NOT compliant with the California Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) or California Air Resources Board (C.A.R.B) for use on public roads or lands.