|12-09-2013 10:23 PM|
|12-09-2013 08:33 PM|
What if we just have a complete after market CAI does it still apply? With the hp gains? What should I notice :)
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|12-04-2013 07:22 AM|
|dyn085||Once I took the snorkel off of the car I threw it away. I doubt it makes a difference with any of the aftermarket intakes, but it definitely won't hurt them or make them any quieter.|
|12-04-2013 12:40 AM|
Idk why I quoted this
Do you keep your snorkel off when you're running the steeda? Or just th K&N? I run the steeda and wasn't sure if it'd make a difference. How much louder is the car with the delete with the steeda intake, with the steeda being as loud as it is anyways.
|12-03-2013 01:19 PM|
All those little holes in the stock snorkle are a silencer. They quiet the noise from the intake.
Sort of like a gun silencer.. Or the holes in the inner parts of some muffler designs..
They may flow a little air too.. But the main reason for them is to make the intake quiet. The sound wave pressure travelling out gets broken up by the holes...
|12-03-2013 11:05 AM|
|12-03-2013 10:13 AM|
|12-03-2013 03:24 AM|
See what I did there?
|12-03-2013 03:12 AM|
|Cruisin||Those were FAST. Well, it is past my bed time. Chow|
|12-03-2013 03:09 AM|
See, now you've gone off-topic and bypassed the swear filter so I have to ban you.
My last fast car was '94 Z-28. Since then I've learned that I don't want to go fast anymore. But I like to tinker and would much rather work on cars than aircraft. So I prefer to have my car a little quicker than stock, but it doesn't go past speed limit +5. I also like it relatively quiet and get good mileage, which is why I don't run the Steeda all year.
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