Ford Mustang BBK Intake Kit & SCT Programmer Installation (S02E07)

Chris Duke shows you how to install a cold air kit from BBK Performance on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT, tuned with a programmer from SCT Performance.

Episode Synopsis

This was our one year anniversary episode, episode #24! We opened up the shop to our viewers, and about 50 of them watched us shoot the episode live via webcam and interact with us via live chat. It was a blast! And yes, the birds were chirpin’ in this episode due to some birds that decided to build a nest under the eve of our home! Tweet tweet! Maybe they’ll follow us on Twitter after they leave their nest?

Episode Notes

Links: BBK Performance, SCT Performance, Fastlane Incorporated

Please note that the BBK Performance cold air intake kit (CAI) #1736 is designed to replicate the stock mass air sampling area of the factory Ford air box. There is no tuning required, according to BBK.

One thing we forgot to mention in this episode is to disconnect your negative (-) battery terminal before beginning.

Motorz TV viewer Robb noted that if you encounter rubbing with the hose clamp screw and your hood liner, to turn it to the side.

141 Comments
  1. every video i watch from motorz tv is always the most in depth and best explained video. i never have a problem understanding chris and the camera work is second to none. the only better camera work I’ve seen is on tv like on inside west coast customs or something and they’re not as in depth as chris duke, thanks dawg

  2. I have the car in your video a 08 GT, and I have the SCT Tuner as well. I have been doing some research on the BBK Intake for my car. Here is my problem thus far, California Sucks,lol When you got tot he BBK site the kit will only pass smog in my state on the 06 & 07 models. So do you know of a Cold Air Intake that will pass CA Emissions? It’s ironic to think that CA when I was growing up was a Muscle Car State converted to Hybrid Nerdy State,lol. Any advice would be great, thanks for the vid.

  3. You guys have changed the screws that fasten the mass air flow sensor to a metal screw with a allen wrench, you need to make the update. As you indicated int he vid to use the original factory screws that do not fit the thread, this would have been helpful to know, prior to installation.

  4. Your videos are still very interesting even after the second upload! I am sorry for you, at least you kept you total view count on your channel. I hope that youtube will find a way to recover the videos. Have a nice day Chris, you’re still my favorite channel on youtube!

  5. Your videos are still very interesting even after the second upload! I am sorry for you, at least you kept you total view count on your channel. I hope that youtube will find a way to recover the videos. Have a nice day Chris, you’re still my favorite channel on youtube!

  6. Thanks MrFreddy! I tried contacting Partner Support but got an automated msg in response :( Thanks for watching again!

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  8. i like this show a lot, all mods i can do at home, i don’t like those trucks U shows or muscle car…. congratulations you lifter the car up on a lift then cut steel with a 10,000 dollar steel cutter…. all i have is a garage n some hand tools how am i supposed to do that. MOTORZ ROCKS! it inspires me to mod my car!

  9. i like this show a lot, all mods i can do at home, i don’t like those trucks U shows or muscle car…. congratulations you lifter the car up on a lift then cut steel with a 10,000 dollar steel cutter…. all i have is a garage n some hand tools how am i supposed to do that. MOTORZ ROCKS! it inspires me to mod my car!

  10. No… it does not void your warranty. We recommend you always keep your old intake kit just in case for some reason you do have to swap it back on.

  11. No… it does not void your warranty. We recommend you always keep your old intake kit just in case for some reason you do have to swap it back on.

  12. when i install this what will it be doing to my car, will it just make the engine work better or what?

  13. it’s so hard to find reviews on just the intake without tune :( this review is pointless for most people as a result since most will buy an intake with a large enough MAF diameter to require a tune if a tune is in their budget.

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