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Old 01-13-2003, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default K&N Typhoon Intake Vs. AEM Cold Air Intake?

Opinions? Reasons?

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Old 01-13-2003, 12:26 AM   #2
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ok, let me answer this one before the flamers come....

As you probaly know, upgrading your intake isnt going to really add any performance gain, but I guess youre going to have to eventually get one if youre planning to get a FMIC. My 2c on your question is that, whatever filters better will be the better investment. So I would probaly go with the K&N filter. Peresonally, on my car, Im running a Blitz SUS filter, yeah, I know it doesnt filter well, but thats the exspense I will pay for that nice swoooooooosh sound I love so well, and the fact that the Blitz FMIC will work in conjuction with it.

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