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Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake Part #SP7027P Customer Reviews
Reviewed by John J (Manchester, NJ) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Cobalt — Nov 30, 2009 6:34 PM
Installed unit by myself in driveway. Had some issues. Went through wheel well - pain in the butt. Not sure if taking fender off would've been easier. Can't wait to clean or change filter! Stock intake clamp screw @ turbo skewed toward fire wall forced me to take off intercooler pipe & use 3-inch screw driver w/ quarter turns. I have big hands - little room to maneuver but finally off. Much talking to myself. Remove mass air flow sensor w/ harness intact from housing. No need to disconnect harness in my opinion. DON'T mix up stock self tapping screws w/ kit's fine thread machine screws. I did. Fortunately, no issues. Chevy must've changed A/C pipe path for 2009. See photo. Refrig fill cap & piping interferes w/ install. I used 1/2-inch water pipe insulation to create cover to prevent scraping & rattle. Had to push piping to fender to tighten intsake bracket. Bracket is holding so far after 700+ miles. Also, 27.8 MPG - not much change. Engine has little more growl, smoother running. I have also SLP dual exhaust w/ Loud Mouth II muffs.
Reviewed by William D (Farmington, NM) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Malibu — Aug 14, 2009 11:40 PM
I love the look, and the performance boost for the price is exceptional. I've had easier installations, but it wasn't the hardest either. I would definately recomend this intake.
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