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View Poll Results: Which intake set up do you think is best?
Cold air intake and intake elbow 2 28.57%
just cold air intake 0 0%
just BHAF 4 57.14%
BHAF and intake elbow 1 14.29%
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Old 02-07-2011, 08:22 PM
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I've read all that, but I was hoping for a side by side comparo for the 2790 and 4090.

Why don't you send me a price on that Tom, since I already ordered this BHAF I'll run it for a little while, but when I do a turbo swap maybe I'll switch to amsoil.
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Old 02-07-2011, 10:40 PM
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Well after all my study work I come to find out than warmer intake air does produce better MPG's numbers. But colder intake air does produce better HP/TQ.

So all the hype about looking for the best CAI... I'm actually looking towards WAI... I can fool my IAT to seeing 140*F and the MPG jumped...
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Why don't you send me a price on that Tom, since I already ordered this BHAF I'll run it for a little while, but when I do a turbo swap maybe I'll switch to amsoil.
Gonna have to give me a couple of days. I am working out of town.
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Old 02-08-2011, 08:31 PM
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Sounds good, no big rush, as I said in my last post, I bought a BHAF for 40 bucks, a nice duralite.

I will be running that until I decide to "pretty" up the engine bay, or just get a wild hair and wont a diff filter.

I wonder if amsoils outerwears will fit these, they are quite a bit cheaper than the brand name outerwears
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I don't know. If you want to find out then your best bet is to call them.
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