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Old 02-27-2016, 02:15 PM   #1
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Fs werks COOL-FLO or ITG???

Opinions on these to intakes as too are they better than a drop in filter but not as well as a full intake with the inlet tube? Anyone have expierence with these. I'm just trying to shop around for some different intakes.

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Old 02-27-2016, 11:01 PM   #2
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I like my fs werks regular intake with the green filter, the itg is a good filter design too, cant go wrong with either...only criticism about the design of this filter and shield is the ambient air temps are on the high side in the summer....the steeda intake is more closed off and accepts air from the stock air inlets, that would be my choice or the K&N typhoon. (Image is not mine, and has replaced the stock inlet tube).
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Old 02-28-2016, 01:07 AM   #3
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Do you see some gains with it? And is that the mst inle?

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Old 02-28-2016, 03:10 AM   #4
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I felt more power in the mid to top end range over a performance drop-in filter in the stock airbox. The mst inlet is the white silicone replacement hose, it's mainly for looks, flows a bit better, a slight throttle response improvement...not worth it for the lack of gains unless you want a colorful piece in your enginebay and can find one used for cheaper
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Yeah that's what I thought and thanks, I noticed that with the ITG you supposedly get a silicone hose with the intake. With the kn or steeda is an extra 100 bucks really worth 1 to 2 more hp?

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Old 02-28-2016, 07:29 PM   #6
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I had the K&N and during the summer it felt really sluggish. I put the stock air box on with drop filter and did the snorkel delete. I do miss the sound of the K&N though.
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Yeah I think I'm gonna go with the ITG just seems like the easiest to Change out with the stock filter since I have to follow carb laws, but thanks guys, let's just take a poll headers or exhaust next?

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Definitly header, makes a huge difference, but you will need tuning to prevent leaning out and turn off rear 02.
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Definitly header, makes a huge difference, but you will need tuning to prevent leaning out and turn off rear 02.
sweet deal i will be looking at those definitely, have you had any experience with the air raid intake? i also see that you have the mst intake hose on and the st oem exhaust. How is the response/ horsepower gains with those upgrades?
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The inlet hose doesn't do anything, just for looks mostly and a bit bit better throttle response..I got one used, I wouldn't pay what they want for a new one...st exhaust is good, stock pipe is only 2" you can feel the difference.. but it's not going to have max gains like an aftermarket system, although that will be much louder if you put a header which removes the cat
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