Originally Posted by MG_MK3
The AEM doesn't see dyno gains because the car isn't moving. True cold air systems usually have the best gains, but not on dynos. Most of the faster, higher hp cars use the true cai system vs the short ram like kn or steeda.
EDIT: Its also a hp gain of 4 at 5200 rpms, not as a whole.
I couldnt disagree more. I would personally rather have short ram and direct cool air to it compared to having a longer pipe connected to draw in the air from a fender or something. Problem is, it is the same old cai vs sr debate so potayto patahto.
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