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2008 Nissan Frontier Cold Air Intakes

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Reviewed By Richard E (BEAVERCREEK TOWNSHIP, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Frontier —5/7/2015 4:42 AM

Installation was easy and looks good on truck, noticable performance increase. Only problem was crankcase breather hose sent with the kit did not fit on my truck, I needed to purchase larger diameter hose to complete installation

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Reviewed By Jedediah G (Kingsport, TN) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Frontier —1/5/2011 3:50 AM

Installation was a breeze. I took my time and it only took about 30 minutes. First drive, I noticed that my truck was peppier and throttle response was improve. I have had the intake on for a little over a week. I checked my gas mileage, and it increased by 1 mpg. Most of my driving takes place on the interstate with an average speed of 70 mph. Overall, I am very pleased with the intake. I would definitely buy another one in the future.

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Reviewed By Chad F (Denham Springs, LA) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Frontier —12/4/2009 9:32 PM

$220 with cleaning kit. Fairly easy to install. Difficulty removing one of the vibration bolts (due to location). Once I literally pulled the housing off of rubber and bolt, easy to unscrew. Subtle improvement. Lower idle [around 600rpm after warm](more air) without extra vibration of truck. Applying similar amount of force on the gas pedal as previously, I'm able to identify a small increase in torque, and a smoother transition into higher gears. This implies an extra amount of horsepower. Haven't consumed full tank to document fuel efficiency. If I get extra 1 mpg [according to previous reviews], at $2.50/gallon (for now), I should break even in around 18 months (versus $350 for K&N = almost 3 years). Better value for the price.

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