Although I partially agree my new intake helped with the butt dyno. Although I did the Livernois tuner shortly after and that made a way bigger difference. Plus throttle response is a bit better.Not worth it unless you just want the sound. I had one and for a little bit I thought I was getting more MPG, but in the end it was negligible to nil.
I'd use the funds for a nice exhaust, nice sound won't be under the hood but it will be everywhere elseI'm looking into installing one within the week. Its between K&N, S&B and an Injen one a shop has near me. I want a deeper tone from under the hood but can't find comparisons between them. Need some insight on this
For a deeper tone under the hood, the only fix is to get the 392 JL. A CAI ain't going to do it. Unless you're planning on the oiled filter allowing more dirt and crap into the engine that it ruins your bearings so you can then justify adding a 392. If you really want a CAI, look for one which offers a dry air filter at least.......your engine will thank you.I'm looking into installing one within the week. Its between K&N, S&B and an Injen one a shop has near me. I want a deeper tone from under the hood but can't find comparisons between them. Need some insight on this
There's hundreds/thousands of studies you can find on the internet which prove that oiled air filters (such as K&N) allow for increased air flow AND decreased filtering efficiency. Filtering efficiency is measured by how much of the testing dust is allowed to pass through the filter's media. So with decreased efficiency, an oiled filter thereby doesn't trap as much particulates and allows the particulates to enter your intake system. The whole point of an air filter is to keep as much particulate from the intake and engine as possible while still allowing for adequate air volume to enter the engine. Again, multiple studies show a stock paper filter is more than adequate in allowing for proper air flow (even when clogged) to operate engines in accordance with the manufacturers design parameters.How does an oiled filter allow more dirt in? The ones I've looked at can have both. I replaced my exhaust with a borla Attak so I thought a CAI would compliment it