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Spectre Cold Air Intake Part #9922 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by WALTER S (Manhattan, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-250 — Oct 05, 2010 8:01 AM
I found the Spectre Cold Air Intake unit to be well worth the money. Shipping was on time, packing was safe and secure... My only issue was it was necessary to cut and splice about 10 inches of wire to the temp sensor to plug it in to the new intake tube.
Reviewed by Sandy S (Mapleton, UT) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-350 — Nov 24, 2009 8:13 AM
The Spectre Cold Air Intake is a dang good bargain for your buck. Gives you what other products offer at less than half the price. Install instructions are not the best, so you will have to make a few assumptions. I found the air cleaner side of the tube should be at a greater angle for the air filter not to sit so closely to the battery but with some adjusting I got it working for my 7.3l Powerstroke.
Reviewed by Matt C (Whitesboro, TX) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-350 — Mar 12, 2009 9:32 PM
Shipping was good, especially for free. Product arrived as described, all hardware in place. However, there was no instruction sheet for installation. I had to look on the manufacturers website for a PDF file, then realized that installation was relatively simple. The only problem I had was the filter end of the intake tube needs another angle made into it to straighten the filter a little more, it rubs slightly against the battery box. Also, it would help if the open end of the filter was squared off more and had a notch for the clamp to sit in. The way the tube is made and the way the filter is made, when you try to clamp it down either the clamp slides off the filter, or the filter tries to slide off the tube. You have to work at it a little to get it to clamp down and stay put. Other than that, everything was pretty simple. I haven't had it long enough to tell if it helped with fuel mileage, but it does seem to have a little crisper throttle response. My truck normally averages between 13.5-15mpg. I pulled an empty 16ft flatbed 80mph down the intersate and got 14.6, then loaded two Kawasaki mules on it and got 14.7 on the return trip until I ran into a headwind. It seems to have helped the mileage, but will have to see what it does with a couple more tanks ran through it at curb weight.
Ships Between 3/24 - 3/28
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- Style:With red filter, flat heat shield
- Part #:9922