|12-07-2006 10:09 PM|
Well well well...I knew you would respond to that but I thought it would take MORE than 30 seconds!
Placebo? Maybe. I still think there is some power gain. Like I said, it's minimal at best. It's certainly not $ 300 worth of power gain.
|12-07-2006 10:06 PM|
|amerijeep||That's the old placebo affect for you.|
|12-07-2006 10:03 PM|
|Scout||Ok, I'll be the one here that says there was a minimal (seat of pants) power gain from my Banks Intake. Read again, I said minimum. My Jeep seems to have just a little bit more umphh when I stomp on it. Was is worth the $ 300 or dollars it cost me? No. I wish I had that money back to invest in other things. Would I advise someone else to buy an aftermarket intake? No. Am I taking mine off? No. Read the first part again, it cost me $ 300 DOLLARS!!! I'm keeping it until the filter rots off.|
|12-07-2006 08:27 PM|
|11-27-2006 08:42 PM|
|mrbigjeep||waste of money. theres a thread with a link to consumer guide that proves there worthless.|
|11-27-2006 06:16 PM|
|Fairweather8588||a K&N air filter helps (a little bit) with mileage right?|
|11-26-2006 09:02 AM|
|Hank||You could always try changing out you gears. That tends to get a little pricey.|
|11-25-2006 11:43 PM|
|4Jeepn||Its not so much the lift, but the bigger tires that usually affect the power. For example if you have 3" lift and keep your stock tires, it will be about the same. If you add 33's. vs say stock 225's, then you will see a difference.|
|11-25-2006 11:22 PM|
Lifts and power
How much will a lift (2" or 3") affect the power of a 2.5L engine? I was told too big and the HP will suffer, so I'd like to hear your opinions before I continue....