Reviewed By Charles Y (Lexington, SC) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —6/26/2017 4:30 AM
Easy install but manual is not good.
Reviewed By Kevin B (Silver Springs, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Challenger —6/9/2017 5:27 AM
Installation was a snap, the only problem was the clamp that came for connecting the intake to the stock throttle body was to big,had to use the clamp off the stock intake, and instruction aren't real clear about removing the rubber grommet off the bottom of the stock intake and putting it inverted into the hole in the fender well,other than that we love the extra umph.
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