Reviewed By Thomas M (VANCOUVER, WA) —1/28/2015 9:36 PM
Everything as advertised
Reviewed By Kestrell L (Mount Clare, WV) Reviewed for a 2005 Hyundai Tiburon —1/23/2015 1:11 PM
I don't consider myself a car enthusiast but I do like learning about the different parts on my car and which parts will save me money in the long run. A friend suggested a cold-air intake and AEM had the best reviews online. When I got it, I was surprised at how small it was AND how easy it was to install. My not-very-handy fiance could have installed this part and then complained about dirt under his nails! And bonus of all bonuses: I now get an extra 2-5 mpg depending on whether I'm in the city or on long-distance highway trips.
Reviewed By Brian D (GRAND PRAIRIE, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Hyundai Veloster —1/19/2015 7:12 AM
I looked at several different intakes for my Veloster Turbo. I finally settled on AEM after reviewing price to performance gains, as well as aesthetics for my car color. I wanted a CAI rather than an SRI. The instructions were easy to follow. All of the parts were clearly identified in the packaging. I was able to install it in about an hour, including the time it took to remove the stock intake components and bumper and button it all back up. There is now a loud wooosshhh!! when I accelerate.
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