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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-07-2017, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cold air intake? Were to buy which one?

I have a 2011 lml looking to get a cold air intake. Thinking of going with the s&b with dry filter any recomendations thanks!?

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A quick search would of found you the answer seeing how this is the most commonly asked question.
But sure go with that.


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They won't net you any performance increase until over 500 hp. However I like them for the reusable filter. I am one of the few who aren't afraid of oiled filters! S&B gets my vote for top quality and fitment. If we can help, check out Meyer Performance, LLC
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They won't net you any performance increase until over 500 hp. However I like them for the reusable filter. I am one of the few who aren't afraid of oiled filters! S&B gets my vote for top quality and fitment. If we can help, check out Meyer Performance, LLC
Ok i appreciate it bud ill check yall out. I'm sure i am somewere in the 600s on hp. With all the deletes, straight exhaust, downpipe, and the 150tune.

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You need a turbo and a big cp3 to be in the 600s..


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Ok i appreciate it bud ill check yall out. I'm sure i am somewere in the 600s on hp. With all the deletes, straight exhaust, downpipe, and the 150tune.
not even close...

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They won't net you any performance increase until over 500 hp. However I like them for the reusable filter. I am one of the few who aren't afraid of oiled filters! S&B gets my vote for top quality and fitment. If we can help, check out Meyer Performance, LLC
Ok i appreciate it bud ill check yall out. I'm sure i am somewere in the 600s on hp. With all the deletes, straight exhaust, downpipe, and the 150tune.
have you had it on a dyno. I think you will be disappointed in how much hp your putting out if you think your in the 600 range.
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Never on a dyno and i meant to put 500s not 600s. But anyway thanks.

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