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Old 06-20-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever used this brand of Cai. Are they good or poor quality. I found one for a very good price but don't know much about them.
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Re: spectre cai

charlie03fastGT,

The spectre CAI are decent. They are sort of like a pep boys "house brand". I am sure it would do the trick for you.

We also offer a very wide verity of CAI for your stang. Let me know if there is anything I can do for you!

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Old 06-20-2012, 05:02 PM   #3
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I was looking at AM CAI and what would give mustang the most benefit one that goes into the fender well or a K&N that stays in engine bay?
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I was looking at AM CAI and what would give mustang the most benefit one that goes into the fender well or a K&N that stays in engine bay?

Charlie03fastGT,

The difference between power in a fender well CAI & a Ram air CAI is not huge. You may gain a few horse power more from an intake that is pulling colder air. But to be honest you really can't go wrong, I think you will be happy with either of the 2.

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Fenderwell is better. Your not sucking the hot air from under the hood. Hotter the air charge equals a loss in hp. He is right it isn't a noticeable loss but it's a loss nonetheless.
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