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K&N 63 Series AirCharger High-Flow Intake Kit Reviews


Great product, slightly confusing instructions.

Reviewed By Zach J (FARMINGTON, AR) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Charger —9/1/2015 9:57 PM

I love K&N. I've used their intakes in my cars since I was 16 years old. This was the first time I got one for a car built to go fast. The install is pretty straight forward, but the instructions are a little difficult to follow if you don't know car stuff. I can say, however, the upgrade in power and the sound it makes are two reasons to get this intake. Plus it looks great. 8.5/10

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Spectre Cold Air Intake Reviews


Good product

Reviewed By Dwayne C (san antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Camaro —9/1/2015 9:52 PM

Very satisfied with it. Make my engine sound good.

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Airaid Intake System Reviews


6.2L GMC Sierra Z71

Reviewed By Sean D (Phoenix, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra —9/1/2015 8:50 PM

The Airaid Intake looks and sounds great. The install was easy and only took about 25 mins. I have not been able to Put the truck on a Dino so I can not say anything about the power and to be truthful the truck is chipped with some other performance parts and has so much power already I wouldn't even notice 10 or 15 hp. it sounds great when getting on the gas but evens out and is not annoying when your at cruising speed. Airaid is the only intake I would put on my truck.

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  • May

    2015

    Do Cold Air Intakes Work? What Kind of Horsepower & MPG Gains Can You Expect?

    Before you spend money on new performance parts, you want to make sure you’re going to get the results you want. That’s why we reveal how cold air intakes really work and what kind of results you can expect when you install one.

  • Mar

    2015

    The Top 10 Cold Air Intakes - AutoAnything Ranks the Best CAIs for Performance & Value

    The experts at AutoAnything have put together a top 10 list of the best cold air intakes. Read on to find out what intake ranks above the other and find the best CAI for your driving style.

  • Mar

    2015

    What Do Cold Air Intakes (CAI) Do?

    If you’re looking for a quick, easy and relatively inexpensive way to bolster your vehicle’s horsepower, a cold air intake is the way to go. One of the most popular aftermarket accessories of all time, the cold air intake, or CAI as enthusiasts know it, is a proven way to increase your engine’s output. But, instead of just installing one because everyone else is, lets ask what do cold air intakes do, and how cold air intakes work.

  • Mar

    2015

    Exhausts vs. Cold Air Intakes: Understanding How Each System Works

    Before you rush out and purchase a new exhaust or a cold air intake, it’s important to understand just how each system affects the performance of your vehicle. We have all the info you need to know if you’re in the market for more power and better performance.

  • Mar

    2015

    Cold Air Intakes Comparison: The Best & Most Affordable CAI for You

    It’s smart to do your research before making any big purchase. That’s why we’ve done it for you. We have everything you need to know about the best and most affordable CAI for your specific vehicle.
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  • Mar

    2015

    How to Install a Cold Air Intake

    Discover massive gains in power, torque and fuel efficiency when you install a cold air intake on your ride. And, when you follow our simple directions, you can easily complete the installation yourself.
    Tags: what is a cold air intake, cheap cold air intakes, cold air intakes for dodge trucks, air intake installation, truck cold air intake

  • Mar

    2015

    The Best Ways to Improve the MPG in Your Car

    Everybody wants to save a buck. But, when you set your ride up with the right parts, you can save a lot more than that. We have the lowdown on which performance parts deliver the biggest boosts in MPGs. So, you can enjoy fewer trips to the pump.

  • Mar

    2015

    What Does CFM Mean and How Does it Apply to a Cold Air Intake?

    When selecting the right cold air intake for your ride, several CFM options are available depending on the style of the intake and the manufacturer.

  • Mar

    2015

    Who Makes the Best Cold Air Intakes: A Look at Intake Manufacturers

    Take a look at some of the best cold air intake manufacturers on the market to help you determine which one is best for your vehicle.

  • Mar

    2015

    The Pros of Installing a Performance Cold Air Intake System in Your Vehicle

    When drivers think about ways to get more power out of their engines they often look to the exhaust to replace cylinders or install oversized pistons. However, one of the best, easiest and most affordable ways is to upgrade you cold air intake (CAI).