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K&N Typhoon CAI #209203 Jun 26, 10:20pm Jun 26, 10:20pm
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K&N Typhoon CAI
I am seriously looking to buy a CAI and have pretty much decided to go with the K&N Typhoon CAI. I was just wondering if anyone has this or knows of any information on it, as for as Performance goes. Any info would help. THANX!


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Re: K&N Typhoon CAI [Re: Nemesis] #209204 Jun 26, 11:03pm Jun 26, 11:03pm
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i believe most of the ppl here have either an Injen or AEM Intake...im pretty sure someone must have it...anybody?

Re: K&N Typhoon CAI [Re: Nemesis] #209205 Jun 26, 11:26pm Jun 26, 11:26pm
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I have a K&N Typhoon Short Ram...Love it and I cant say anything bad about AEM or Injen cause I have no personal experience...I noticed that my engine has a very nice growl when accelerating and a cool sound when you shut the engine off. Take offs are definately more powerful. I am sure this is true for a CAI...only bad side to the K&N S/R and any S/R is the heat soak...I have noticed this a lot lately Houston is hot with the past week between 80 to 90+% humdity and dude it sucks ass I can tell it doesnt like the climate here...but with the CAI I am sure you'll be happy plus it has the slight HP gain due to less heat soak. Good luck and happy Intake hunting thumbsup


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Re: K&N Typhoon CAI [Re: GreyGhost2k2] #209206 Jun 27, 9:44am Jun 27, 9:44am
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I'd recommend the new TPR Intake. Of course i would also recommend putting a K&N X-stream filter on it with the water proof cover if your going CAI. TPR is going to be your best bet for an Intake unless your running a PFC and can tune it for the improper MAFS measurements.


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Re: K&N Typhoon CAI [Re: SCOTT03] #209207 Jun 27, 10:04am Jun 27, 10:04am
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yeah...i am going for the new TPR SRI with the Apexi filter.

Re: K&N Typhoon CAI [Re: booyaolian] #209208 Jun 27, 1:34pm Jun 27, 1:34pm
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Where can you buy the TPR CAI?

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