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Old 27 Sep 2004, 05:49 pm
sal9000
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Default cold air induction

I have done a bit of reading but have not realy found an answer to one
question.

Does it realy matter beyond looks which cold air induction kit to choose? I
mean, other than filter design they seem straight forward and the only real
things to take into mind is diameter, length, filter construction, filter
fit and looks, is one brand better than any other?

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Old 27 Sep 2004, 08:21 pm
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sal9000 <sal9000@comcast.net> wrote in
news:9271649.HQPSQRDR@news.comcast.giganews.com:

> I have done a bit of reading but have not realy found an answer to one
> question.
>
> Does it realy matter beyond looks which cold air induction kit to
> choose? I mean, other than filter design they seem straight forward
> and the only real things to take into mind is diameter, length, filter
> construction, filter fit and looks, is one brand better than any
> other?
>
> Caffine
>


My $60 Bomz CAI works fine.
I don't have a bypass valve,but those are extra even with the premium CAIs.
And I could buy one from them and fit it to my $100+ cheaper CAI if I
wanted to.
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Old 03 Oct 2004, 01:07 pm
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Default Re: cold air induction

all CAI are basicly the same
get cold air
size number and shape of bends and piping are what you want to look for
the bypass valve WILL save your motor from dammage if you live with lots of
RAIN and mud puddles..

my .02


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> sal9000 <sal9000@comcast.net> wrote in
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>> I have done a bit of reading but have not realy found an answer to one
>> question.
>>
>> Does it realy matter beyond looks which cold air induction kit to
>> choose? I mean, other than filter design they seem straight forward
>> and the only real things to take into mind is diameter, length, filter
>> construction, filter fit and looks, is one brand better than any
>> other?
>>
>> Caffine
>>

>
> My $60 Bomz CAI works fine.
> I don't have a bypass valve,but those are extra even with the premium
> CAIs.
> And I could buy one from them and fit it to my $100+ cheaper CAI if I
> wanted to.
> --
> Jim Yanik
> jyanik-at-kua.net



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