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Old 02-21-2013, 08:58 AM   #1
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Finally put in my K&N intake
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Old 02-21-2013, 07:42 PM   #2
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Finally put in my K&N intake
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Nice! Notice any difference?
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How ya like it?!
Totally worth it in my opinion, it along with my dual exhaust have really made a big difference in my acceleration. Also my car revs higher now before shifting when I'm flooring it and the shift points are smoother. Also my fuel economy when I'm not hot rodding has gone way up

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And it's made my exhaust a little louder and a little throatier
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Nice! I'm looking to purchase same model but not sure if K&N or BBK. I also have a dual exhaust and was wondering if it made the note better.
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Nice! I'm looking to purchase same model but not sure if K&N or BBK. I also have a dual exhaust and was wondering if it made the note better.
Yeah alot better
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.I've had my BBK intake for about a year and I still love it. It performs as nice as it looks under the hood and can definitely hear it while driving. My only regret is buying mine before they came out with the black out edition.
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.I've had my BBK intake for about a year and I still love it. It performs as nice as it looks under the hood and can definitely hear it while driving. My only regret is buying mine before they came out with the black out edition.
You have the chrome one correct ?
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Correct. Its not a bad product at all tho. Its very noticeable over stock. When the motor is at operating temperatures you can feel the chrome retain a little bit of heat by touch, but i don't think it would be enough to affect air coming in.
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Correct. Its not a bad product at all tho. Its very noticeable over stock. When the motor is at operating temperatures you can feel the chrome retain a little bit of heat by touch, but i don't think it would be enough to affect air coming in.
The thing with chrome it turns Into that purple-blue haze type of burn nothing against you but me personally want to avoid chrome. But I will definitely get the BBK brand thanks for your input
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No offense taken, I am glad I can help.
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