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Spectre doesn't mess around when it comes to cold air intake systems. Sturdy construction, dyno testing and custom designs boost your vehicle's power performance. And, Spectre Intakes provides everything you need for quick transformation. The best way to increase power is with your Spectre air intake. And with countless Spectre air intake systems reviews to read, you’ll discover real experiences from real customers like you.
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Spectre Cold Air Intake

Decent for the price

easy to install, looks nice under hood, gives my 2006 gmc 6.0 a nice throaty sound. Don't notice any performance but being a open top box around filter it still pulls hot air from engine. View more reviews...
Posted By MASON V (ROCK SPRINGS, WY) / April 27, 2020
2006 GMC Sierra
Spectre Throttle Body Spacers

Worth it

It took a little bit to install it. The hose coming off the water pump got in the way a bit so it's a tight fit. You might need an extra set of hands. I could definitely tell a difference in responsiveness. Didn't really change the mpg's. But it did what I wanted it to. Definitely worth the 80 bucks. View more reviews...
Posted By Jordan D (Hudson, NC) / June 14, 2018
2004 GMC Sierra

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Monday, December 3, 2018

K&N vs. Spectre: Which Air Intake Performs & Sounds the Best

K&N vs. Spectre Cold air intakes. You’ve heard about ‘em from your friends during coffee breaks, which means you’ve probably heard the boys verbally sparring over the age-old debate: K&N vs Spectre. But, what is a K&N, and what is a Spectre, you’re asking? Spectre or K&N? Finkle or Einhorn? Never fear. AutoAnything is here […] The post K&N vs. Spectre: Which Air Intake Performs & Sounds the Best appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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