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Cold Air Intake or Short Ram?

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Old 11-11-2010, 05:18 AM
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Default Cold Air Intake or Short Ram?

I don't know much about cars.. I do realize that the CAI gets you more HP & MPG. While the SRI only has a HP increase. The CAI costs more than the SRI. Which would you guys recommend getting?

Joe
 
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Old 11-11-2010, 05:31 AM
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I haven't liked CAI's since the one in my Grand AM ****ed up my engine, True Story..


So everyone knows the CAI usually goes in the fender.. well when i first got my Grand Am a few years back i had one custom made by a local shop straight into the fender wall with a K&N Cone Filter.. One rainy day later water got sucked up and the engine seized up.. one of the worst days of my life.. now I know it's due to poor installation and because of it i got the car i have now but still I loved that damn Grand Am.. </3

I have a SRI on my Honda right now .. honestly I can't tell the difference when it comes to the sound HP gain is minimal the revvs get better tho.
 
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