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No I am sorry, I went and test fit a set of extensions to the intake on a car. You would have to either modify the extensions or the heat shield on the cold air.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 1 0
The Ford Racing and Airaid CAI are both well made and designed intakes, as far as one being better than the other would be more of a personal preference.
Answered by David B. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Hello, i bought a SCT SF4 Power Flash Tuner for my 06 GT. However, i did not buy a CAI im just using a drop in K&N. My question is, will i see a huge difference with this CAI with my tuner, or will i be happy with the tuner and drop in K&N? I have read that Ford makes the intake as "cold" as it will be as it is. Also aftermarket bolt on CAI like this one here actually drawns in much warmer air, basically calling after market CAI bolt on's a gimmick. What is your stance? If i will get a nice jump with one and my Tuner i will not hesitate to purchase this unit. Thank you!
Asked by Jason B. from Redding | Comment 0 0
I ran the jlt in a 2008 that I had with the sct, I could tell a difference in with the jlt, you can actually hear it sucking in more air. I personally haven't ran the airaid but about the same design as the jlt.
Answered by Eddy D. from Lorena | Comment 0 0
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