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Old 11-14-2012, 08:00 PM   #1
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I have an 11 v6 with borla exhaust any suggestions on a cold air intake!?

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Old 11-14-2012, 08:17 PM   #2
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If you're gonna go all put with exhaust, then go all our with intake
STEEDA CAI FTW!
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:29 PM   #3
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Make sure that you get a tune with the cold air intake you get cuz it wont work properly.
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:05 PM   #4
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Are those headlight covers?
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use airaid without a tune! better gas mileage no extra hp!
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Appreciate the help was thinking aired and yes they are covers
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Appreciate the help was thinking aired and yes they are covers
How'd they go on how do they fit? Did you scratch your bumper? What's the vision like at night? Sorry for all the questions haha
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How'd they go on how do they fit? Did you scratch your bumper? What's the vision like at night? Sorry for all the questions haha
Lol they basically slide from the top and snap on bottom like 70 on eBay from social5.0headquarters. Did not scratch it. And it def does make it harder to see at night but either I take them off or leave them on bright and you can't even tell.
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I have an 11 v6 with borla exhaust any suggestions on a cold air intake!?
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I have the covers as well, there real dark but super simple to take on and off. I never took the 3M double stick off so it act's as a pad to the headlight lens. I also took a strip of black vinyl electrical tape and put it along the bottom edge of the cover, there is no way it will scratch with that on there... I also wanted to say that I upgraded my headlight bulbs to silverstar ultra's and still need to take off the covers for any real night driving. They really are that dark, if you don't want the hassle, go with tint, there are places online that you can choose different darknesses.

Oh yea... as for an intake, I think JLT had the best gains and C&L was close behind without a tune. If you dont mind doing the tune, then go Steeda no doubt.

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What size wheel's are you running? and are you lowered at all? Im quickly on my way to be blacked out as well, just trying to decide how much to lower and wheel size.
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I have the covers as well, there real dark but super simple to take on and off. I never took the 3M double stick off so it act's as a pad to the headlight lens. I also took a strip of black vinyl electrical tape and put it along the bottom edge of the cover, there is no way it will scratch with that on there... I also wanted to say that I upgraded my headlight bulbs to silverstar ultra's and still need to take off the covers for any real night driving. They really are that dark, if you don't want the hassle, go with tint, there are places online that you can choose different darknesses.

Oh yea... as for an intake, I think JLT had the best gains and C&L was close behind without a tune. If you dont mind doing the tune, then go Steeda no doubt.

ALSO WANTED TO ASK... Cblowe13
What size wheel's are you running? and are you lowered at all? Im quickly on my way to be blacked out as well, just trying to decide how much to lower and wheel size.
Thanks for the info they are 235 50 18's with pirellis and no it's not lowered YET lol
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Old 11-15-2012, 04:43 PM   #12
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I was thinking about going 18" because its not worth $50 more per tire to me to go 19". They fill the wheel wells nicely though, think 18" is the way I will go also with a conservative lowering kit. I herd the 2" drop was a bit much for daily driving so Im thinking maybe 1" or 1.5" would be a happy medium. Thanks for the info.
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