TJM Airtec Snorkel Kit – Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series (2015+)

$529.00

Give your vehicle a breath of fresh air with a TJM Airtec snorkel. This snorkel kit suits Toyota Landcruiser 200 Series 09/2015+ vehicles. They are proudly designed, engineered and molded in Australia from high grade UV-resistant (UV20 UV24) polyethylene for maximum strength and rigidity. A simple installation process requires minimal modifications to your vehicles original components. It takes a lot to stand out from the pack, but TJM Airtec snorkels do just that, even winning “Best Aftermarket Product Award under $700” in one edition of the 4×4 Australia Magazine.

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Description

  • Colourfast using a process called colour compounding. The pigment is fused into the molten base resin before the product is even moulded, ensuring an evenly saturated polymer which prevents rubbing off or bleeding
  • Designed to be aesthetically pleasing, each Airtec snorkel is designed to flow with the vehicle’s natural styling. They are easily the best looking snorkels on the market
  • Engineered to supply the correct volume of air or better to the engine
  • Intake design separates rain or moisture from the air stream before it enters the engine
  • Manufactured in Australia from high quality UV-resistant (UV20-UV24) polyethylene for maximum strength and rigidity. All TJM Airtec snorkels incorporate stainless steel hardware.
  • Simple installation minimising modifications to vehicle’s original components
  • Utilises Australian plastic materials containing a combination of special additives and strong bonding processes. The result is a product with strong physical properties and tough impact resistance

Additional information

General
Country of Manufacture

Construction
Material

Engine Compatibility
Compatible - Fuel Type


Fitting
Fitting - Vehicle Side

Weather Protection
UV Protection Rating

Accessories
Snorkel Head

Warranty
Warranty Duration

Make Model Series
Make Model Series
Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series (2015 - Present)