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Old 08-18-2011, 07:18 PM   #1
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Mopar cold air intake vs after market cold air intake

Any one know which one is better mopar cold air intake or after market ones

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What are you trying to achieve with one?
The cost does not justify the minimal gains one would provide.

But... If I had a choice between the 2, I would choose the Mopar

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more power
jeep is to slow
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more power
jeep is to slow
Lol- you serious?

What are you driving? (don't say jeep either)

Edit: an 11

Try the SprintBooster.... Hell of a difference in throttle response. Makes it feel faster IMO.

I think you posted in the wrong area though
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I forgot who builds the mopar intakes but they are just re branded after market pieces with a higher price tag. If your looking for more power superchips or another tuner is the way to go. buy your in a Jeep they are not built to go fast
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+1 I stopped getting speeding tickets because of my slow Jeep lol

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