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03-25-2007 01:55 PM
Originally Posted by wndrlst View Post
P.S. My wife loves Chicago, gotta get back.
Why does she love chicago.. its preatty bouring place to live in. No trails or anything, just few crappy smelly tall buildings with some preatty retarted police forces with lots of bad attitude.
03-25-2007 01:40 PM
Originally Posted by rich1014 View Post
I have a Volant snorkel and cool air intake on my 05 tj. Helped mileage and power. Downside is the cost for the setup.
Did you get an EO number/sticker with your intake? I got min e pre OE, just wondering if I should call them. Thanks

P.S. My wife loves Chicago, gotta get back.
03-25-2007 12:24 AM
Triple88a Rich i look into those.. its like 370 for the snorkel piece + 2xx for the intake pipe.. Thats some high price for few pipes lol.
03-23-2007 09:51 PM
rich1014 I have a Volant snorkel and cool air intake on my 05 tj. Helped mileage and power. Downside is the cost for the setup.
03-22-2007 10:53 PM
AussieDave my jeeps gets better mpg with the snorkle, as well as my nissan patrol
03-22-2007 06:41 PM
debruins no they claim they are better

because of cold air, not as much dust in the engine and some even go so far as to say u get some boost

if they actually r i dont know
03-22-2007 03:02 PM
Safari Snorkel

Does anyone know if these Snorkels are bad for your MPG? And is it better to just go back to the original air filter system?


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