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2013-2014 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T Turbo HPS Shortram Air Intake Kit DIY Installation Guide

Vehicle Application: 13-14 Hyundai Genesis 2.0 Turbo
Product Type: HPS Performance Shortram Intake Kit
HPS Part Numbers:
27-201P (Polished)
27-201WB (Wrinkle Black)
27-201R (Powder coated Red)
27-201BL (Powder coated Blue)

Tips:
The HPS Shortram Intake Kit is pretty easy to install on the 2013-2014 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T Turbo, but there are some tight spaces you will have to work in.

Estimated Installation Time: 1 hour

List of tools you will need:
- Philips-head (cross) screwdriver
- 10mm socket and ratchet
- Needle-nosed pliers

Remark:

Always remember to take precautions and use safety glasses and gloves when working on your car, and also let your car cool down completely before working on it.

 

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Use a Philips (cross) screwdriver to remove the 4 clips holding the air duct, then remove the duct.

 

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Loosen the bolts holding the air box, and then the clamp securing the air box to the intake tube.

 

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Use needle-nosed pliers to slide the 3 clamps on the air inlet hose away, and remove the hoses. Once they are disconnected, remove the air inlet hose by loosening the clamp securing it to the turbo.

 

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Remove the factory air box bracket located behind the passenger side headlight with a 10mm socket.

 

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Place the HPS high temp reinforced silicone 90 degree elbow coupler onto the turbo inlet along with the provided stainless steel T-bolt clamps.

 

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Remove the bolt on the boost actuator, and install the provided bolt and washers with the intake pipe bracket. Once the bracket is in place, secure it to the HPS intake pipe.

 

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Reinstall the factory air hoses onto the HPS intake pipe.

 

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Install the velocity stack and K&N air filter onto the HPS intake pipe.

 

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Re-install the air duct.

Once everything is in place and secured, start the car and let it idle. Check for any noises, rattles, or air leaks. If everything looks alright, take the car for a test drive, and stop immediately if any noises or problems occur. Periodically check the intake to make sure there is still clearance around the pipe, and that nothing has come loose.

Feel the added performance instantly and enjoy driving with the new HPS Performance Shortram Air Intake on your Hyundai Genesis 2.0T Turbo!

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