Reviewed By Jeffrey B (RENO, NV) Reviewed for a 2004 Scion xB —2/11/2016 8:48 PM
This is my 2nd AEM Dry Airflow
Reviewed By John S (NEW BRAUNFELS, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse —2/10/2016 7:52 AM
I was like most people & didn't really think it would do much & I was right in the beginning. People said it has a difference in sound & you could feel the power but I guess since I was being negative about the whole thing I didn't really notice it. Boy was I wrong, the sound & power is incredible. It's a head turner when you pass by & it's worth the price. Installation was easily only took about 30 minutes.
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