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Jan 1, 10:47am - #76283 
Turbo

I read somewhere that with a turbo you cannot put a CAI...is this true??? thanx in advance thumbsup

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Jan 1, 11:22am - #76284 
in a sense you could but it would only be a pipe running from the turbo inlet to a filter located somewhere where it would get cold air, but then that air would be compressed through the intercooler(which would lower the temperture even more, allowing for denser compressed air) and it would then travel to your throttle body and into your engine.


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Jan 1, 11:23am - #76285 
so should i get a CAI if im getting a turbo???

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