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Old 03-19-2012, 09:24 PM   #1
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BBK CAI

I have a 2010 b2b and I was looking over some CAI's and found the BBK CAI on American muscle for $200. Has anyone got one of these? Or what is your opinion? I think its a good price and I don't really want to be splashing out cash for a tune, but like the idea of this CAI
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I know its off, but my friend has a ss camaro that was not tuned for a while and it was loud sucking and worked. I think its a great product for the buck
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I know its off, but my friend has a ss camaro that was not tuned for a while and it was loud sucking and worked. I think its a great product for the buck
I have one on my 07 mustang, I also have a tune, I have no complaints, and even when I have to go back to stock, still have none, I can't hear the air being
Sucked in cause my exhaust is louder
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Its a great system for the money. You will notice a improvement!
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:39 PM   #5
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Thanks for the feed back guys. Just wondering will I have to change my gas to a higher octane if I get this CAI?
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No sir you do not haha
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Thanks for the feed back guys. Just wondering will I have to change my gas to a higher octane if I get this CAI?
you would only need to change your gas to a higher octane if you got a tuner and tuned it to a higher octane. but it wouldnt hurt to use premium if you can afford it
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you would only need to change your gas to a higher octane if you got a tuner and tuned it to a higher octane. but it wouldnt hurt to use premium if you can afford it
But that's a big waste of money especially right now! If your car is 87 octane and your not tuned USE 87 OCTANE. you aren't getting any benefits from anything higher without throwing money away. Dont want y'all yo spend money on something not needed
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But that's a big waste of money especially right now! If your car is 87 octane and your not tuned USE 87 OCTANE. you aren't getting any benefits from anything higher without throwing money away. Dont want y'all yo spend money on something not needed
im tuned to 91 octane so i have to lol
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I got cha an im just saying because he doesn't seem to know much about tuning or octane, so hopefully were saving him some big $
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I got cha an im just saying because he doesn't seem to know much about tuning or octane, so hopefully were saving him some big $
yea i feel you. where did you get your rims? and what are they cuz they look amazing
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yea i feel you. where did you get your rims? and what are they cuz they look amazing
Thanks man. And I went to a local shop! They're brand is MSR. But I can't remember the exact model, and they're matte finished size 20"
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cai's are cool looking and allow a cool sound to come from the engine... but they should be called hot-air-intakes.... you guys know that car engineers intentionally make a system to draw air from the OUTSIDE of the hood area.... sure, the dyno tests show results using fans and a wide open hood but are you going to be driving around with your hood wide open to be able to keep it from sucking pure hot air?? anyway, there a few out there that'll draw air from outside the engine bay that should be at least as good as stock, but making your engine draw hot air from under the hood just doesn't make any sense, it'll feel pretty flat driving around on a hot summer day.... I have learned all this the hard way...by wasting my money on those short cai's more than once! ...
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I've had my BBK intake on my 06 6er for about 7 months now, fit and finish is perfect. Looks, sounds, and performs great. Looks amazing with same color spark plug wires, but that might be more customizing then you'd like?
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