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Old 02-19-2013, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by NWRQC View Post
Partly I agree, don't bother with the CAI kits or the K&N drop in filters. Stick the with OEM filter as it flows plenty of air and serves it's purpose (oiled filters such as K&N are more trouble than they are worth.) If you are thinking that you are going to make over 500whp then you should start looking.. at aftermarket setups..

The stock set-up is capable of supporting 500hp easily
I agree. The OEM intake is a really good design. The OEM exhaust is also really good, except for the DPF/NOX. No need to waste money on a CAI or a DPF-back exhaust.
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