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Old 11 Apr 2008, 07:16 am
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Default Which cold air intake is better? K&N Gen II Fuel Injection Performance Kit, or K&N

Typhoon Air Intake System? I bought the Gen II FIPK, because my friend has one and said it was really awesome, but then I saw the Typhoon intake, and I'm just not sure which one to go with.
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Old 11 Apr 2008, 07:31 am
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theyre basically both the same...youre only going to be gaining about 12 hp from either of these anyway....stick with what you got
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It's a waste of money either way... Get some generic multi-use filter, lubricate it well, and you're good.http://www.bolhuijo.com/airflowtest/
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