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READ THIS FIRST!! This is the background information --> click here - CAI Dyno Wars backround info! - click here

 

 

 

 

I don't know what happened to the data... but here it is again

from top to bottom on the horsepower curve on the graph is:

AEM no filter

KNN

AEM

Stock with KNN drop in filter

Outlaw

GMPP

Stock with Fram airhog

 

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AEM BRUTE FORCE DRY FLOW INTAKE (4" ALUMINUM PIPE)

 

K & N 57-SERIES (3.75" COMPOSITE PIPE)

 

OUTLAW PERFORMANCE (3.75" COMPOSITE PIPE)

 

GM PERFORMANCE PARTS (4" ALUMINUM PIPE)

 

also one more thanks to everyone who participated in this: Justin, Reynaldo, Juan S, Juan, John, Art, Jason, Jimmy, Omar

Edited by WICKEDOWESIX

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Gaah... Finally! :thumbs:

 

GMPP highest avg gms/sec!

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again we were limited on the dyno and did whatever time allowed us to do. i hope some of this information is usefull for some of us. you make the the final decision

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Good work, guys! :thumbs: Thanks for all the work you put into this.

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Awesome. Thanks for your efforts!

 

:cheers:

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So my evaluation of the chart is that the K&N is the best overall power increase Hp and Tq. with a sacrafice to a few iat degrees. 4' degrees F is not all that much to even worry about. If K&N improves the heat soak of their piping to lower temps and use a dry filter they may have a design winner above all others... (this is only according to these dyno charts.)

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Wow I dunno what I'm doing wrong, when it's 72-degrees out my Outlaw logs a 95-degree IAT at road speed and up to 140 idling. :shakehead:

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Wow I dunno what I'm doing wrong, when it's 72-degrees out my Outlaw logs a 95-degree IAT at road speed and up to 140 idling. :shakehead:

 

yeah i remeber your PM you sent me, still cant believe it!

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Wow I dunno what I'm doing wrong, when it's 72-degrees out my Outlaw logs a 95-degree IAT at road speed and up to 140 idling. :shakehead:

was this before your e fans?

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Of those listed, the AEM would be my choice as the solid winner. The dyno numbers (~2hp difference) can be explained away by a very slight adjustmet of atmospheric correction due to temperature. All compensation factors from run to run were within .5% difference. The telling points about the AEM are the amount of intake restriction (MAP), IAT stability and total airflow. This was also shown in Reynaldo and Art's previous testing of a few intakes out on the street a few weeks back.

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sticky :thumbs:

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The K&N tested, was it the 77-series(alluminum tube) or the 57-series(composite tube)?? :confused:

 

 

Nice work guys, I second that sticky! :thumbs:

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