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fastestesSSAz or whatever his name is has a stripped out interior

 

and yes every trans can brake

 

 

cai are worth so little horspower that youll never see a difference.

 

if a couple hp is worth 360 bucks to you than go for it.

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cai are worth so little horspower that youll never see a difference.

 

if a couple hp is worth 360 bucks to you than go for it.

 

:withstupid: CAI are not worth switching. Their cost don't really justify the HP gain at all. I'm sticking with my Outlaw.

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Im thinking of changing from my K&N to this

http://www.shopatron.com/product/part_number=10701/576.0

 

anyone have thoughts??

 

 

bonji, it would be a big upgrade to the hot air intake you got.. the one you have is not doing you any favors.. PM me this weeked and i will give the low down on the trueflow.. i personal had that excact one and have a source locally that be able to get you a better deal.. i was sponsored by them.. i noticed gains and ran the track with it.. wish i knew you wanted one of those when we got together last week.. i just sold one recently.. watch the videos on their website and you will be amazed on the filter camparison.. so get ahold of me before pulling the trigger ..

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bonji, it would be a big upgrade to the hot air intake you got.. the one you have is not doing you any favors..

 

I beg to differ, many of us here are running the K&N, myself included. The recent CAI Dyno Wars that was conducted by a few members here put K&N and AEM as the top two. No matter the brand CAI, whether it is enclosed or open element, THEY ALL PROVIDE THE SAME FUNCTION. Brand choice is just a matter of personal preference. Anything is better then the factory intake.

 

Mikey, I have never steered you wrong in the past. Keep the K&N and save your money. You will find no difference between the two kits.......save your money for something better.

 

:chevy:

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I beg to differ, many of us here are running the K&N, myself included. The recent CAI Dyno Wars that was conducted by a few members here put K&N and AEM as the top two. No matter the brand CAI, whether it is enclosed or open element, THEY ALL PROVIDE THE SAME FUNCTION. Brand choice is just a matter of personal preference. Anything is better then the factory intake.

 

Mikey, I have never steered you wrong in the past. Keep the K&N and save your money. You will find no difference between the two kits.......save your money for something better.

 

:chevy:

well, ya know ,i may keep the K&N in there, cuz im thinkin about sellin this junker..

check out my frustrated post.

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