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Old 01-11-2011, 01:58 PM
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You'd care when your ecu goes into open loop, if your fuel trims were maxed out... atleast you'd care when you had holes in your pistons.

I'd like to see some proof of this happening because of an air intake.
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Old 01-11-2011, 02:02 PM
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I'd like to see some proof of this happening because of an air intake.
I almost blew up the engine on a Lancer Ralliart for this exact same reason a few months ago while tuning it on the dyno for a customer. You do what you want though.
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I'd like to see some proof of this happening because of an air intake.
Clearly you have no idea how any of this works. You probably shouldn't be the one demanding anything.
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Old 01-11-2011, 02:21 PM
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Clearly you have no idea how any of this works. You probably shouldn't be the one demanding anything.
ok, lets all leave the topic up to the GODS, FireRanger, Jp7.

I wasnt demanding anything, I simply would like to see some proof of these claims. Burning up a motor because of an air intake...? I doubt that.

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ok, lets all leave the topic up to the GODS, FireRanger, Jp7.

I wasnt demanding anything, I simply would like to see some proof of these claims. Burning up a motor because of an air intake...? I doubt that.

I am removing myself from this mess all together, I can see its going no where fast.
Again, case and point. If you think air flow has nothing to do with temperature, you definitely need to remove yourself from this conversation. It is best for everyone else that wants actual correct information.

Neither of us are god. We just don't run our mouths about things we know nothing about. That's all.
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Old 01-11-2011, 02:30 PM
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Default Re: Best cold air intake on a budget?

I think what these guys are trying to say is that "JUST" adding an intake isnt going to blow a stock or mostly stock engine.

I am not sure what you two do for living but apparently know motors and instead of blasting people you should explain so others underdstand. Kinda the idea of a forum.
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I think what these guys are trying to say is that "JUST" adding an intake isnt going to blow a stock or mostly stock engine.

I am not sure what you two do for living but apparently know motors and instead of blasting people you should explain so others underdstand. Kinda the idea of a forum.
We do, over and over, every time this subject comes up. I even made a sticky dedicated to this matter. Certain thickheaded people don't care about facts and logic and insist on throwing idiocy at it every time.
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I think what these guys are trying to say is that "JUST" adding an intake isnt going to blow a stock or mostly stock engine.

I am not sure what you two do for living but apparently know motors and instead of blasting people you should explain so others underdstand. Kinda the idea of a forum.
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Old 01-11-2011, 02:44 PM
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Thread closed just like all the other CAI threads answer has been given. Wanna argue PM each other.
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