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Nissan Altima AEM Cold Air Intakes

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AEM Cold Air Intake System Reviews

Great Product

Reviewed By Arthur C (GLOUCESTER, MA) Reviewed for a 2013 Nissan Altima —3/14/2014 5:09 PM

I bought this along with the filter cover and just from driving it today I notice several things. First, when my vehicle is idling it is much quieter. Second, I noticed that the throttle is much more responsive. I have an exhaust on my vehicle as well so I cant say I can hear the air getting sucked in but I'm not complaining. This definitely clean out the clutter that the stock air intake was taking up.

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AEM Cold Air Intake System Reviews

Nissan Altima CAI

Reviewed By Bradley G (Vadnais Heights, MN) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Altima —10/25/2013 3:33 AM

The AEM CAI System for the Nissan is a very well-built and quality product. This is my second AEM Intake system that I have installed and I believe the the instructions are very clear and detailed for each application. It is also very nice to know that I have a solid company like AEM and AutoAnything behind me if needed.

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AEM Cold Air Intake System Reviews

Pretty Solid

Reviewed By Jeffrey B (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Nissan Altima —8/16/2013 8:53 AM

Installation was really easy, took a little over an hour for my brother and I to do it, and we are far from experts. The throttle response does seem to be a bit better. The car seems a bit peppier. I have not noticed any fuel efficiency gains at all. There is a noticeable change in sound. I wasn't really looking for that, though I figured it would be that way. Of course it's louder when you floor it, but it's also noticeably louder from a stop with "normal" acceleration. Up to about 2000 RPM.

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