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Airaid Intake System Part #451-264 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by john g (Romeoville, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang — May 14, 2012 10:50 PM
I've been running a competing brand CAI on my 11 5.0 for nearly a year and it idled horribly. At first I thought it was my tune. After a lot of research it was due to the placement of the MAF sensor on that CAI. The Airaid has the MAF placed in nearly a stock position away from the filter which allows the airflow to flow without turbulence. At first I thought the Airaid wasn't worth it because it was made to be ran with or without a tune. I paired this with my 93 octane tune and this intake made my car pull just as hard if not harder than the other CAI. The filter on the Airaid is enormous compared to the others. Also it is a dry filter, no oil which can harm your intake later on. If you're on the fence about this intake, trust me it's worth it. Install took about an hour including removing the other CAI I had installed. Another nice this about the Airaid is it allows you to delete the factory sound tube and provides you with a cap for the tube and firewall. With the autoanything.com discount it's a lot cheaper than the competition. I've also noticed my mpg's are about 2-3 mpg's better than my previous CAI had running the same tune. You will not be disappointed with Airaid!
Reviewed by Michael C (Blue Bell, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang — May 01, 2012 12:23 PM
This intake is awesome! The fact that it does not need a tune is really helpful if your not looking to drop over $600. Definately noticed my stang was breathing better, less RPM's used at higher gears, but I didn't really notice an increase in gas milage.
Reviewed by kent b (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang — Nov 20, 2011 7:59 AM
I bought this Airaid CAI with the intention of adding the computer tune down the road, but as of this review I haven't done so. After about three weeks of having this system, I have noticed increased fuel economy, very little increase in power, but some. Before installing the Airaid CAI my 5.0 V8 was getting 18.2mpg, now it hovers right at 19mpg and has been as high as 22mpg in the city. It was pretty easy to install with basic tools and it took about two hours to install. Instructions were very clear and easy to follow and the system looks great installed in the car. I would recommend this system for someone that wants improved fuel economy, and that will computer tune down the road.
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