Cold Air Intake

Discussion in 'Engine & Performance' started by gruesomesurfer, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. gruesomesurfer

    gruesomesurfer Full Access Member

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    I heard that cold air intakes are proven to improve a vehicle's fuel economy and horse power. I am looking at several brands online? What should I go for?
     
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    save your money & just buy fuel for your truck. Unless you're full out on a tune & all add on parts. A cai will not be helping you save any money.


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    x2. An intake will only make a difference if you have a more open exhaust and a tune. Try running an AEM dry filter if you want something different.

    Which motor do you have? Some of the intakes can be cleaned up at home for a couple bucks for a DIY intake that works just as well.
     

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