For what? Cold air induction?polasky said:Which one should i get or are they all the same without a tune?
They are all the same until the tune IMO. But roush and mustang are popular. I'd go with it if I had the money. Bbk blackout most likely for me.BlackedStang said:The roush intake is a airaid intake, just roush badged. All intakes will give you around the same gains. I would get an airaid because its the cheapest.
Ive yet to do it on my Mustang but on my previous PT Cruiser just a drop in K&N made the throttle response much smoother.UltArc said:No problem, my knowledge is limited but I try to chip in. I have read before that some are the same. I think it looks really good.
I feel a difference, but that is wide open throttle and low end. Low end means 800-1200 rpm range. Not crazy, but it seems like she does bot struggle as much. I go Roush because I have them install all of my stuff, and I trust them.
People say so. One individual noted a very slight mpg gain, .15 ish, and a lot of people suggest more low end torque. Results are not clear, though. Most will suggest it is a paper weight. I will do it and post info when I have 100 USD i won't miss, maybe after I buy all the family presents for Christmas.polasky said:Throttle body spacer? Is it a waste of money?
2011 Kona Blue said:Opinions are like a$$ holes. Everybody has one. I have an airaid cai and really love it. I love the sound it makes when you juice it and the cai sucks in that air. I'm sure I would be happy with another brand but airaid always had good reviews plus I took advantage of the 50 dollar rebate a few months back. Go with airaid.
curtin1991 said:I went with airaid also . Can't feel the power but seems to get better mpg. Only thing for sure is it sounds better and looks good.
Are you guys talking about throttle body spacers or cai?Schram1 said:JLT intake love mine