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Bernard
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Mar 5, 12:20am - #116970 
Butterfly?

What Does Butterfly do?!?!and what is it?please let me know if you guys know what it is. thumbsup thumbsupand here is the link that i saw. HERE


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Mar 5, 12:24am - #116971 
I'm not sure, but i thought it had somthing to do with sensing air and temperature combinations. Donno! idunno


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Mar 5, 12:31am - #116972 
i think that it just alows the stock air box to suck a little bit more air so you might get like an extra couple hp. dunno though, thats just my guess


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Mar 5, 12:36am - #116973 
Mainly just for cold starts. It actually takes away HP most people just take it out.

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Mar 5, 3:38am - #116974 
yeah, just get a CAI or a sr & get rid of the stock airbox. it just flips open to let air in.

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Mar 5, 3:09pm - #116975 
its stay closed during the lower rpms from 0-3.99 but when you hit 4 itll open upand allow more air to come in, i took mine out, it sounds great (if you dont want to spend 200 dollars on a Intake) with combo with my k&n filter but even with out it its still sound good. its a way cheap alternative to buying a new Intake


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Mar 7, 1:25pm - #116976 
It's there for noise reduction.

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Mar 7, 2:45pm - #116977 
does any harm come to ur engine over time after removing it? and how do you remove it


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