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Old 02-24-2013, 10:50 AM   #151
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Read back a few threads I wrote the info in a bit more detail. It bolts on directly

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Old 03-06-2013, 11:27 AM   #152
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CAI = Waste of money
As I was thinking about the differences between 35" tires and 33" tires, it reminded me of this thread! Everyone says to go with 35s coz you'll want them once you go with 33s. That's not a bad idea, but when you think about the thousands of dollars extra you end up spending on 35s once you take everything into account, over just going with 33s, is it not a waste of money just to gain an extra inch? that's a good investment in the eyes of most, but if you think about it, how is that any different than paying a couple hundred bucks on a CAI to unleash 3 more ponies?

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Old 08-29-2013, 06:14 AM   #153
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Ive been looking for a new cold air intake for my 2012 JK Rubicon
I have no idea about intakes, so any advice would help
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I'm installing airaid cai system only because stock air box broke while changing air filter, plastic junk! Airaid has cleanable reusable filter and easy install, according to video. I ordered today based on install video and other research. Not expecting performance increase but easy access to filter without plastic parts from mopar breaking.
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Old 09-07-2013, 08:55 AM   #155
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I think all the snorkels on the market are designed large enough to allow the needed air flow.
The benefit is that they are drawing in cold air from outside the engine bay as well as drawing it in from up high away from any water.
And what is it with the price of a snorkel? I'm seeing prices of 500 dollars and up. Omg...for a tube they pulls air from outside engine bay. I can't do it for that price. I get the ability to submarine the jeep and keep going, but that price kills the deal.

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