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Old 12 Apr 2010, 12:31 pm
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Default AEM cold air intake, or V2 intake?

I'm torn between getting the regular aem or the newer to the market v2 intake.

What are the differences between these aem intakes? For 75 dollars, id rather buy the best aem has to offer, but if the best doesn't do anything better, then Ill just get the regular cold air intake. Reviews? People who own these intakes?
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Old 12 Apr 2010, 12:46 pm
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Do you want zero horsepower? or 0 horsepower?

Because either way, that's about all you'll get.

And you already have a cold air intake. Go look at your car. If you can't figure out how it's a cold air intake, you need to learn what you're talking about, before just buying something.
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