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#21 Old 02-23-2012, 01:24 PM
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Samoan, you should tell that to 3gpsi

And on a side note. Can u do a comprehensive V6 CAI thread. I am sure people will love it!

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Samoan, you should tell that to 3gpsi

And on a side note. Can u do a comprehensive V6 CAI thread. I am sure people will love it!

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Samoan, you should tell that to 3gpsi

And on a side note. Can u do a comprehensive V6 CAI thread. I am sure people will love it!
3gpsi is a business person. they are trying to make a sale. nothing wrong with that AT ALL. if what they have is selling, if its not broke then why fix it? many companies do this... even magnaflow... we wanted high flow catted mids....they never produced em, due to "lack of interest". their costs of R&D they didnt feel would make enough profit to overcome the chore. understandable as well.

on most forums, the majority arent interested in performance or learning how things work. sure there are a few, but most have a set it and forget it view or if its not what they wanna hear, they will keep asking till they get what they WANT to hear. then come back and complain about something. remember all the warnings you gave out about a certain companies HIDs or Halos??? it was posted. people didnt listen. then went through the same....all you can say is "i told you so"

i just add my experiences from things and if it helps others, good. if not... oh well.

kinda like the HID's on the LX forums... i'm asking a million questions cause i'm trying to learn before i spend money and possibly waste cash on something.

when one is around cars or anything long enough, you start to see where people get over on others that dont know. its like a local muffler or brake shop taking advantage of a female or guy because they dont know whats supposed to be done as opposed to what really was done.

theres a couple of things im working on, will keep ya up on it...

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I've been running one similar with a K&N filter for 2 years so far..Works well for me..

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I've been running one similar with a K&N filter for 2 years so far..Works well for me..

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Is not having a heat shield an issue? I would be able to find a heat shield by itself?

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I saw one where a guy made his own, but I like the idea of running it down thru the hole you have when you remove the old airbox. I have not done that yet, but it is on the scope for the future.
To me, if it is bringing in air from the area under the hood, it is all relatively warm. Heat shield or not..
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Is not having a heat shield an issue? I would be able to find a heat shield by itself?
its like not wearing socks in your shoes. its not a death defying issue, but the addition of them, helps.

find one? only for the companies that took the time to make an enclosed off sheild in the design.

you could however make one, which isnt hard at all...




just remember, this is common sense, almost EVERY intake company now days are trying to sell you on a COLD air intake as every short ram setup are refered to today... then why they hell would you leave the filter in an open hot area as opposed to a closed off cooler area... even if its only 10-20 degrees cooler, its still cooler. heat sheilds do their jobs. plain and simple.
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its like not wearing socks in your shoes. its not a death defying issue, but the addition of them, helps.
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Hell F*UCK NO!

I thought i was the only one!!!!

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