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Lingenfelter Or K&N CAI?

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    Lingenfelter Or K&N CAI?

    Well Lingenfelter Is $159 vs K&N $195

    Any Differents?

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    fuck K&N ...

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    all CAI are the same really

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    I voted K&N....

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    I will never do the K&N style CAI again. With the filter sitting so low underneath the car, I assume a speed bump got to it (didn't hear or feel anything) and the filter got bent. Upon getting ready to install the new filter later that evening, I found the old filter to be missing! I'm assuming it got bumped hard enough that it actually loosened up to that point, and fell off. So for that reason alone I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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    E-bay CAI FTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by N20LT4 View Post
    I will never do the K&N style CAI again. With the filter sitting so low underneath the car, I assume a speed bump got to it (didn't hear or feel anything) and the filter got bent. Upon getting ready to install the new filter later that evening, I found the old filter to be missing! I'm assuming it got bumped hard enough that it actually loosened up to that point, and fell off. So for that reason alone I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
    really? it hangs that low on the lt1 cars? thats no good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrorustler41 View Post
    really? it hangs that low on the lt1 cars? thats no good.
    Yes it does.

    I have an LT1 Cold Air intake system just sitting around from one of my old cars. If your interested PM me.

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    well, you make it sound really bad.......


    I might have to check intothe lingenfelter....is that one better?

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    I would definetly go with the K&N set up. I've had both set ups and the K&N has a bigger air reserve and you will definetly not like the looks of the lingenfelter CIA (very poor exterior moldings looks).

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    im tryin to get rid of my k&n cold air kit... filter needs cleaning but other then that no probs. I bought a ram air hood when a tree fell on my car and fucked up the stocker, so i basically got free so i went with a ram air intake.... and considering i just blew my tranny, im in need of some dough.

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    The lingenfelter unit sits in a cavity between the fender and fender well. It's surrounded by plastic and fiberglass. I have one sitting in my garage if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thearborbarber View Post
    The lingenfelter unit sits in a cavity between the fender and fender well. It's surrounded by plastic and fiberglass. I have one sitting in my garage if your interested.
    could you send me some pics?

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    Will do this weekend. I am out of town till then.

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    Sorry to hi jack for a second but how do you clean the filter... i have mine out becasue im replacing my radiator(will be a write up from me later on how to do it) Do i just use water orrrr?

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