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Really all the aftermarket cold air intakes are the same. I used an AEM on my civic and probably payed a little more for the name but i really liked it. its a great brand all around. but if you are looking for raw power this is not the mod you want. cold air intakes sound really nice, you can really hear the car sucking in a ton of air but as far as horse power you'll gain almost none, especially on the tiny 4 cylinders in the civic. however i would still recommend it because it does allow the engine to run cleaner and smoother, not to mention your gas mileage will sky rocket!!! i was pulling close to 40 mpg with mine in the city driving like a bat out of hell! oh and that dumb **** that said it sets off the engine light obviously doesn't know anything about them. There is a sensor, called the mass air flow sensor on the air intake. If you unhook that sensor, yes it will set off the check engine light. If you buy a decent brand air intake, such as the AEM it will have a spot for the sensor to stick right in so your car reads the sensor correctly
I have a 1999 pontiac grand am. 3.4l v6 I need suggestions on a good cold air intake because im having trouble finding one.I just want to increase the hp and fuel economy in my car. if you guys have any suggestions on how to do this along with a good CAI it would be greatly appreciated !!Thanks!!
It already has a cold air intake superior to any affordable intake on the market. It is possible to get a miniscule power increase you could never feel it at full throttle and near power peak but at the cost of poorer fuel economy, especially in the winter. Aftermarket intakes also have a risk of ingesting water and destroying the engine, as a friend of mine discovered a couple months ago.
I was thinking of a Bosal or a magnaflow? Which one has a deeper sound and has better air flow?Also i know cold air intakes are better for the car but i want to know which you guys would choose short ram or cold air? (My Car is A Jetta VR6 12v
on a jetta i would get yourself a flowmaster (but if you insist on one of the two magnaflow.) and a cold air kit
i am interested in purchasing a cold air intake for my new camaro. Is it better to get an air filter or an oil filter? What sort of cleaning is required? Thanks for the advice!!
It doesnt really make a difference as far as the performance, I have used both on my cold air system the only difference is that the oil filter type or KN will get dirtier a lot faster and require more frequent cleaning. As for performance you cant tell the difference between the two. I have had both types on my Avalanche and my Porsche and I noticed no difference on either vehicle. Except the need to clean the oil type a lot more often.
i was thinking of getting a air scoop for my car.but i was also looking at the cool air intake.which one should i get performance wise.??!!?? (im looking for the one that will give me the best performance)TY and GOD BLESS!!
No because I'm fairly used to it.
Would you recommend a NISMO or a KN Cold Air Intake - or another brand? Thanks!
I like that answer about the stock intake being the best. That's priceless. Intakes on newer cars are almost always a compromise in fit and cost and intake sound reduction, and are also nearly always restrictive. I've been impressed so far with the fit and finish of the KN CAI's - I have one on my 09 SS/TC, and there's no rubbing/interference. I've had previous good experience with Moroso, but none with Nismo, however - so just my 2 cents on the KN. Be careful with your CAI selection, since some will adversely affect your fuel mapping, and if you're driving an automatic car, the performance gains are fairly negligible - you might gain some fuel mileage with an automatic, but you'll be seldom in the rpm range where the CAI improves performance in any noticeable manner. Its a complimentary addition to other performance mods - if you haven't done a cat-back exhaust yet, you may want to save the money for that, instead, since the gain-per-dollar is higher.
I am looking at the possibly of buying a AFE or KN Cold Air Intake for my 2008 Scion XB. The reason I am thinking about buying one is that it would be about a $250.00 upgrade to add a little more power, Enhance the engine sound, and customize my XB. However I have heard that actual horsepower gaines/ MPG gains are fabricated and CAI‘s actually hurt your engine. Right now I just have a TRD(Toyota Racing Development) high-flow drop in air filter. I havent really noticed any improvements with that. Any car experts that have educated advice on this engine modification is apperciated!
simple fact - they don't work on injection systems in fact they cause the ecu to run a cold start program which enriches the fuel and wastes gas, if something as cheap and simple as an air filter increased power and gave better gas mileage don't you think the manufacturers would all fit them even as an option, also on lean burn engines the colder denser air would make the mixture even more lean leading to burnt plugs and valves, the ecu/maf/temperature sensor are all mapped together upsetting the balance would cause performance to deteriorate, the injection system squirts a measured amount of gas at each cycle so more or colder air would make no difference, unlike a carburetor which supplies gas continuously
I installed a cold air intake into my 99‘ Accord EX. Everything works fine. It has been installed for well over a year. However, I was told that the high pitch noise (caused by air being sucked in) would diminish over time. It has not. Is this normal?
It is probably your evaporator valve. this is the valve that joins the high pressure side of freon from your compressor to the low pressure side through the evaporator (the expansion of freon from high side to low side gives you the cooling in the coils which air then flows over.) Over time oxidation can start blocking this valve and it whistles until enough cold freon flows through. Your neighbor is right - over time you can get a chunk that blocks this valve then it needs to be replaced and the system recharged. No telling when, or if, this would happen to you though. Make sure the high pitch isn't coming from the compressor (the thing outside with the big fan). If it is, it could be a bearing or a compressor that's failing and that definately needs to be looked at. A tip - call your local electrical union or votech school. They often like to come out and take a look at stuff like this to train their students. They typically will charge you nothing, or very limited, for the labor and the parts will be discounted. (They do appreciate soda and chips while they work, though! As Most service folks!). It could cut your repair bill by a lot. BUT, they obviously don't do emergency repairs or warranty their work so it's not a replacement for knowing the local AC guy. Stay Cool!