SAN BERNADINO, CA – Outlaw Power, a division of Envisia Technologiesâ„¢, has just announced plans to introduce
several new intake systems for diesel applications. This is great news for the diesel performance enthusiast.
Outlaw Power started with the introduction of systems for the Chevy Duramax 6.6L for model years 2001-2004 in August of 2005.
Systems for the Chevy Duramax 6.6L for model years 2004-2005, for the Dodge Cummins 5.9L for model years 2003-2005 as well as
systems for the Ford Powerstroke 6.0L for model years 2003-2006, will be introduced in June of 2006.
This intake technology represents the first fully enclosed/sealed system that is utility patent-pending. Outlaw Power uses
a contoured air filter top, as opposed to a flat filter top that increases airflow, reduces air turbulence, and increases
air-transfer efficiency. In addition, this utility patent-pending design allows for greater filter area within the contained
air intake system because the connection to the intake tube is made on the exterior of the air box, rather than on the interior.
Greater filter area results in increased filtration capacity, which allows for highest airflow and performance.
This system also ensures that cold air is ducted into the air box. The enclosed air box shields the air-intake charge
and air filter from trail dust, road grime, and torque-robbing heat. This provides complete protection for high-torque engine demands.
These features work together to reduce air turbulence, increase air velocity, and maximize power – all extremely important to the diesel owner.
"We specialize in high-performance intake technology for the most demanding applications in the truck and SUV market", said
Clinton Yee, President and Chief Engineer. "Our design technology is rigorously tested in real-world, high-performance and
track conditions and fine tuned for maximum efficiency before it is brought to market – simply put, we provide the truck,
SUV and diesel enthusiast with proven, measurable performance and reliability, with design features that protect their
intake system and their vehicle investment."