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Show pic of your "SLP Cold-Air Induction Kit" mounted...

This is a discussion on Show pic of your "SLP Cold-Air Induction Kit" mounted... within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Thinking about getting one of these: do they help? hard to install? worth the $? PLMK, thanks....

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    Question Show pic of your "SLP Cold-Air Induction Kit" mounted...

    Thinking about getting one of these:
    do they help?
    hard to install?
    worth the $?

    PLMK, thanks.

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    No one has an opinion on these?

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    guess not

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    i have the slp flowpac cai package & i would recommend it.unsure of the actual rwhp gain(maybe 10)..but on cool nights throttle response is alot better

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    Ok, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelinchains View Post
    i have the slp flowpac cai package & i would recommend it.unsure of the actual rwhp gain(maybe 10)..but on cool nights throttle response is alot better
    Well that would not help us down here we get like 6 cool nights all freakin year....

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    The last one is from under the car looking up

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    I have one. It definetly helps a lot especially if your making power (such as a...cam) and have outgrown that tiny slit of an induction pontiac left us non WS6 owners.

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    Do those cold air induction kits or whatever u call it with the thing sits on the raditor help that much? I been looking around for all the different types of setups of intakes on the LS1. The most popular one is just a lid and filter. So im just asking for everyone's input on them. thank you

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    They help more on the highway than anything especially the cai!

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    So yes get the lid and cai. The smooth bellow is just for looks.

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    Smooth bellows is BS, go down to Lowes and get a piece of tubing, same freaking thing, but 63 bucks cheaper.

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    I made a duct just like SLPs plus a scoop at the bottom myself(i have a welder). And bought a fernco coupler at homedepot. Only thing i bought was the SLP Lid but honestly all 3 together made a noticable difference. If your not crafty, i would just buy the CAI and Fast toys upgrade kit for it. http://fasttoys.net/shop/product_inf...products_id=42

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    Just take a tool like a dremil and cut the front of the air lid out, so it is larger like the WS6 lid, I also cut the runners off the top of the lid out so its smoother, thats what I did and it made a quite a difference, especially while its moving. Just make sure that you clean it up before you put it back on and start it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptransam View Post
    Smooth bellows is BS, go down to Lowes and get a piece of tubing, same freaking thing, but 63 bucks cheaper.
    +10000000!!!!!!!!

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    I'm a former LT1 owner and LS1's are a little foreign to me. What does the stock intake look like? Does the air follow the same path and the CAI just makes a bigger & smoother slot? Is the lid itself any different than stock? Are non-ram air LS1's with CAI going to have similar hp numbers when compared to a WS6? Be gentle on me, I'm just considering buying an LS1 and I want to learn everything I can about them before I buy.

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