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Old 08-27-2008, 03:54 PM   #1
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Looking for a cold air intake

what would be the best CAI for a 2004 6er?
lookin for as much hp and airflow as i can get
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Old 08-27-2008, 04:00 PM   #2
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Dont think it matters. I believe the cheap ones off ebay are just as good as the expensive ones.
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Old 08-27-2008, 04:33 PM   #3
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

im just trying to make sure i get a good one, haha.
but most are pretty good?
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

Get the one that fits into the fender. For the best results.
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

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Get the one that fits into the fender. For the best results.
Agreed with all that has been said. The fender one is a little difficult to install, you might need 2 sets of hands if you can't get the filter to balance on the little ledge inside the fender.
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

If your looking a CAI look on Americanmuscle.com. You can get great deals on there for you sixer.
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

Ebay, American Muscle, Atomic Performance, possible TPS )Total Performance Solutions)

Any of the above
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Ebay, American Muscle, Atomic Performance, possible TPS )Total Performance Solutions)

Any of the above
Agreed !! They all work the same some just look better
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

My girl got me the KN intake system for my car. I like it.
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

Now ur car will have more hp and a deeper sounding exhaust.
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Re: Looking for a cold air intake

you wont see much more if 5 hp/tq so it really wont matter. I would probalby keep the air filter in the engine bay for ease of cleaning/access.
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