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AEM Brute Force Air Intakes Part #21-8011DP Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by terry c (west palm beach, FL) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy Tahoe — Jan 02, 2012 5:26 PM
I just purchased the AEM intake from auto anything. To me, it only makes sense to include the mass air flow sensor along with the air intake for maximum performance. Unfortunately, AEM DOES NOT MAKE THE MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR--they pick up the sensor from a company called Jet Performance. While I had the right parts ordered on my invoice from auto anything, Jet performance send me the wrong sensor, and know I've been waiting over 10 days for a RMA from auto anything, as they have to play the ok games with the outside vendor before they issue me a credit, and oh yeah, I still do not have the right piece installed on my vehicle. AEM--get your R&D department to make your own product, and consumers won't have to go to 2 vendors for one complete system. I should have gone to air raid or back to K&N for their "complete" system
Reviewed by Edward T (Gretna, LA) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy Tahoe — Jun 07, 2011 4:03 AM
I have to cut a hole i'n the wheel well because of the position of the filter. I installed this mafs on my 1998 chevy tahoe, I can tell the difference but I'm not getting enough air flow like I should.
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