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Old 06-05-2012, 09:35 PM   #1
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Cold air intake?

S the American muscle cold air intake kit worth it it's only 80 bucks
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Yes I have it. It's the same like a name brand without the name. I like it. Can't beat the price.
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Old 06-05-2012, 09:40 PM   #3
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Yes I have it. It's the same like a name brand without the name. I like it. Can't beat the price.
I say this Becuase I need to spend 100 for free shipping and wanted to buy the grille delete and something for the engine do u see and gains or good feelings from it?
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You will definitely hear a whistle and the engine will breath better. I'm getting the delete also. Get it if you on a budget. I heard it's almost all the same. A.M is good on their products.

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A CAI, exhaust and a hand held tuner altogether you will feel the extra ponies. Some other CAI's you might need a tune. A.M's you don't need it if you don't have a hand held tuner.
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Get that and a catback exhaust!!!!!!
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S the American muscle cold air intake kit worth it it's only 80 bucks
I thought am has free shipping on everything?!
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Thought they had free shipping all around.
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Thought they had free shipping all around.
Me too.
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They may have changed it since last summer I seem to remember having to spend a certain amount to get free shipping
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It's all free I just got an antenna and shirt with free shipping
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Re: Cold air intake?

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S the American muscle cold air intake kit worth it it's only 80 bucks
Mady,

Our cold air intake is a great deal for the money! I would say it's worth it, mostly because a CAI is one of the first steps to take for performance gains.

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A CAI, exhaust and a hand held tuner altogether you will feel the extra ponies. Some other CAI's you might need a tune. A.M's you don't need it if you don't have a hand held tuner.
The only time you need a tune with our 99-04's is when you change your MAF size. Stock is 80mm, but say a C&L or if you get a lightning MAF (90mm) you will need a tune.
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