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Old 03-12-2012, 12:31 AM   #1
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Cold Air intake

Thinking about upgrading to an AEF cold air intake. Debating on if I want a dry one or not. I use it for a daily driver usually, a little off road and blowing through snow in the winter if we get any(crappy year!).

Any suggestions? How hard is it to clean the Oiled filters?

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Old 03-12-2012, 04:28 AM   #2
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Cleaning and oiling the filter is easy. Why do you want a cai? They don't produce any significant power and look costly. I've done a few but only because it was a pre req for other modifications. Just like any other air intake if you ask me, but I am new to jeep so maybe there are ones I'm not aware of. But from a performance stand point, once they're hot, that's it (they don't have any superior function) from my experience.

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Old 03-12-2012, 07:09 AM   #5
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where does the cold air come from?
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where does the cold air come from?
He lives in buffalo. It gets cold there in the winter. Idk what he will do in the summer tho!
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where does the cold air come from?
Exactly. From the hot as hell air around the engine.
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I get the point :P BTW it wasn't real cold this year and the snow fall totals sucked! Whats the point of having a new jeep with no snow!

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