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Cold air intakes

Discussion in 'DIY (Do-It-Yourself)' started by auto_x_addict, Sep 9, 2009.

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    I see these items advertised in Roundel and I am curious how effective they are and if any additional mods are required. I would also appreciate opinions on whether it is worth speding the $ without any addtitional work done to my engine.
    With $ spent on my auto in preperation for Oktoberfest doing tires and brakes, I am looking to see if this product gives me a good bang for my buck.
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    They are essentially useless. Spend the money on a good dinner with friends.
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    John in VA

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    A chip will make a bigger difference, but usually necessitates the use of premium fuel to achieve the gains advertised. You don't say what car you drive - you may be burning premium already.

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