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Old 11-23-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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Roush Cold Air intake

Just did a drive after installing CAI. It's hard for me to tell the difference between this and stock intake since it's not a daily driver. Drive my patrol car more than my mustang. Will take it on a long road trip tomorrow to see if I get better highway mileage.

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There probably won't be much difference.


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Yeah people basically add intakes for looks and sounds as it doesn't do much for performance. The v6 intake is the same as the GT so it flows more then enough


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You might get a minor bump in power but it would require a tune. And by minor i mean a couple horsepower tops as the stock intakes now are pretty efficient.
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Most reviews I've read say a minimal bump in the low end power and a 2mpg average increase. I just put mine on yesterday, I can't tell much of a difference but I've only done 20ish miles. The sound was a HUGE improvement with my Roush AB.
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Axle Back is the next modification I'm going to make. Need to save money for Xmas, so it'll have to wait until January.

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