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Old 07-02-2012, 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted by snakepitt1 View Post
Are you guys actually seeing any performance increases from these replacement intakes? I was just going to add a K&N filter to the stock housing and be done with it.
I can't really say if it was just from the intake, and more than likely not as people seem to stomp the gas more when they install them lol I averaged 21MPG (peak 22.1) on a road trip to Tennessee but I'm also running; shorty headers, Intake, and better flow exhaust plus I'm lowered which means less wind resistance across the under carriage of the truck. Overall they rarely increase your MPG's when by themselves, CAI are meant to be used in unison with other performance mods for gains in MPG's and HP
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