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Airaid Intake System Part #250-230 Customer Reviews

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6 Customer Reviews

Airaid Intake

Reviewed by George C (Van Buren, AR) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Corvette — Mar 16, 2010 8:55 AM

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful.

Package came promptly, Instructions were clear, installation posed no problems. Product was as expected and indicated. I am satisfied with the product.

2008 Corvette

Reviewed by charles c (Ocean View, DE) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette — Jun 16, 2009 5:25 PM

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful.

I selected the Airaid intake system for my 2008 Corvette with the LS3 motor. I selected the Airaid system because it was $150-200 less than the other brands--which I thought were over priced. I was very satisfied with the quality and engineering of the system--the installation instructions and hardware were very well thought out. I did not detect any difference in the intake noise versus the stock housing/filter. Just put it on so I can't say what benefits I will notice on a long trip.

Installation was by the book

Reviewed by Robert M Z (Harrisburg, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette — Apr 01, 2009 9:23 AM

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.

The installation was easy enough. I am dissapointed that I can not tell any difference in performance. I am debating buying a tuner mod chip or a predator tuner. I don't want to be wasting money. I would not recommend this bolt on "performance part " as the vette is fast and these things are fun to put on but you can not feel any difference.

Airaid Installation Nightmare

Reviewed by BRENDA B (San Benito, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette — Mar 10, 2009 7:54 PM

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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful.

If Airaid thinks that this is a bolt on installation, then they have alot to learn from companies like K&N. I have done full on installs of bolt ons, including a complete suspension replacement on my old Mustang GT with Maximum Motorsports tubular K-member, a-arms and replacing the rear suspension with Max Motorsports Torque Arm and panhard bar setup. Bought the Airaid for my 2008 LS3 Corvette. Figured it should bolt right on. It doesn't come close. I will keep it, as the price point is the only thing going for it. I would rather pay a few dollars more for one that fit properly without having to force things to fit. At least the intake tube and throttle body mate up well. Next time, I will buy from another company. Maybe I got a bad unit, don't know. All I can say is that the one I got fit like garbage.

2008 Chevy Corvette Airaid intake systame

Reviewed by curt h (Marlborough, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Corvette — Jan 29, 2009 7:49 AM

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful.

I own a 2008 C6 Chevy Corvette. I took delivery on Sept 2008 and noticed from day one a surging idle problem that cascaded into engine skipping and random stalling. I received a check engine light and had an OBDII reader interpret the two codes (insufficient air or air flow obstruction). I removed the intake tube and associated air cleaner and noted what appeared to be a piece of thin black die cut cardboard lodged in the throttle body and plastic intake tube. I consulted the dealer and he advised me that the OEM intake tube has two pieces of the aforementioned cardboard installed in the top inside surface of the intake tube to dampen certain air intake resonances and are prone to becoming dislodged. I removed the cardboard dampeners from the intake tube and reinstalled the tube. The car ran good but still noted the irritable idle rpm flutter. I contacted several professional Corvette tuners and they indicated that the MAF sensor is very sensitive and susceptible to turbulent airflow condition at idle. It was recommended to install an aftermarket cold air kit such as the Airaid kit. I ordered the new Airaid kit from Auto Anything (I great company to do business with including pricing and customer support). The Airaid kit has stator vanes molded in via the inside of the intake tube to smooth out the erratic air flow. Additionally the inside of the tube is glassy smooth in contrast to the factory tubes irregular finish. I installed the tube and associated components in approx. one hour. I started the car and it idle remarkably better with a slight attractive intake growl (The company claims the additional as a bonus: an additional 13 HP and 12 Ft/Lbs Torque for the 6.2L LS3 Corvette C6. These numbers are true increases with stock tuning on a Mustang engineering quality chassis Dyno.). I am extremely pleased with Airaid product!!!

Great Product

Reviewed by Pauline L (Murray, UT) — Aug 26, 2008 8:31 AM

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

The airaid was easy to install and seems to work really great on the car also. The price was very reasonable also.

Airaid Intake System - 250-230

Cold Air Dam System with Black Intake Tube
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  • $169.83 - $708.31
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  • Style:
    SynthaFlow (Oiled Filter) (Red)
  • Part #:
    250-230
  • Adds an Additional 12 Horsepower and 12 ft/lbs. of Torque
  • Wash with Airaid filter cleaner
  • Rated at 820 cfm
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