delete your inbox messages plzBrock23 said:Nope, didn't require a tune. It has the more HP gains than any other one on the market that doesn't require a tune. It's over 20 added HP at 5100 rpm. And I don't even hear it at all, and I have borla exhaust so that covers up the sound of it too lol.
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Definitely a noticeable difference in the top end acceleration through 3rd and 4th. Really satisfied with the resultsbradtaylornator said:How big of a noticeable difference did it make compared to stock?
Go to knfilters.com and enter your car into the search options. You'll find the 63 series and the 69 series. The 69 series is what I have and they have actually not yet been mass produced. I have a connection at k&n so I was able to get one of their small supply runs of the prototype. Which is actually better because they focus more on each individual intake because there is less of them so they end up being a little better quality and come with a few extras. I know that There are 2-3 left that I have access to if anyone is seriously interested I could hook that up for you.Smoke said:
Just thinkin maybe it depends on gearing a lot of u guys have 373 and u feel a lot more power down low and a lot more wheel spin so u don't really feel the gain ...just thinkinEdens5 said:If you could gain 20 hp from an aftermarket cai with no tune we all would have one.. I dont understand where people get these ideas that they can have gains when the car alredy comes with a decent cai.. Like grabber said, 4 hp if your lucky
I know, I'm a riot, right?Brock23 said:Lol you're a comedian. Car has been on the dyno twice since the intake was installed and both times it showed over 17 HP gains