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Discussion in 'Engine/Tuning' started by JCarmichael84, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. JCarmichael84

    JCarmichael84 New Member Established Member

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    Hi I just bought a 10th anniversary last year and looking to start modding, I just would like some insight about the different CAI's out there. I found a JLT for 150 and a Steeda for 200 even a UPR for 150 and they basically looked the same. Does anybody have any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
     
  2. BBCOBRA

    BBCOBRA Active Member Established Member

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    JLT for sure.
     
  3. rw95gt

    rw95gt Yes, it's stock. Established Member

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    look in to the jlt rai options. i ran the fender kit from them and it was nice but i didnt like the filter size and it was very low to the ground. my filter picked up road grime and got very dirty very fast. i switched to the carbon fiber rai and im happy with it.
     
  4. 03cobra#694

    03cobra#694 Want to play a game? Staff Member Super Moderator

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    JLT or K&N
     
  5. NFCstang

    NFCstang I probably don't like you Established Member

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    Jlt rai
     
  6. FromGTtoSVT

    FromGTtoSVT 10 years later,still here Established Member

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    JLT

    from there you'll need to decide if you want the RAI or CAI.......
     
  7. JCarmichael84

    JCarmichael84 New Member Established Member

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    Thanks everyone I appreciate it!
     
  8. jm@ReischePerf

    [email protected] Owner & Operations Mgr Premium Member Established Member

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    Get a RAI then run a pipe from the hole in the fender to get some cool air to it :thumbsup:
     

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