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what is the best air intake?

Discussion in '2nd Generation' started by ac8528, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. ac8528

    ac8528 New Member Established Member

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  2. 99RedSVT

    99RedSVT New Member Established Member

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    Airaid IMO..Heres a pic of mine got it off ebay cheap and love it..
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  3. IZBLOWN

    IZBLOWN New Member

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    Check out the JLP Forced air induction. Run one on mine, real clean setup.

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  4. sdlightning03

    sdlightning03 New Member Established Member

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    JLP all the way!
     
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    svtlightningsvt New Member

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    I'd probably say JLP forced air too
     
  6. 99RedSVT

    99RedSVT New Member Established Member

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    Im going to have to take a look at this intake u all or talkin about..
     
  7. RYAN the GREAT

    RYAN the GREAT Banned

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    The PSP and JL units are the best. The JDM and RPM are the most used and cost effective.
     
  8. Slider

    Slider aka=Brad Established Member

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    I have Airaid and I LOVE it!! I def felt a little bit more power when I put it on.
     
  9. SlammedSVT

    SlammedSVT Who's ya Daddy? Established Member

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    I would be afraid that I would hit something and bye-bye.
     
  10. Traumatized

    Traumatized ..but it's just a truck.. Established Member

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    I have an AirForceOne intake that I will be putting on when it gets warm outside. :rockon:
     
  11. LIGHTNING LARRY

    LIGHTNING LARRY Retired Staff Member Super Moderator

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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    What brand filter comes with the JLP? I'm a fan of K&N. Does anyone run a K&N FIPK?
     
  13. jakhammer

    jakhammer New Member Established Member

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    JLP intake here. JLP uses SB cone filter.

    Chris
     
  14. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    What does SB stand for.
     
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    Run an outerwear over the filter, you will be amazed at the stuff that intake sucks up! But it works!

    Anthony
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