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J.Coffey

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Jun 8, 2015
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Sorry I just noticed this guys.

Very minimal performance gains as far as I noticed (I only had the truck for about 150 miles before install, so I really am more used to the performance with the CAI than without. Performance may be greater than I notice) and maybe 1mpg gain at most.

The turbo sound is great! I'll see if I can do a video of the sound sometime this week. It sounds really good when pulling a trailer! Makes me feel like it really is a diesel! You only hear the sound in drive or neutral when you hit the Rev limit of 3k and let off. It sounds best from around 1800rpm-2600rpm when driving. It's not like the big spool sound of the turbo in the Cummins.
 
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BoostN

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Sorry I just noticed this guys.

Very minimal performance gains as far as I noticed (I only had the truck for about 150 miles before install, so I really am more used to the performance with the CAI than without. Performance may be greater than I notice) and maybe 1mpg gain at most.

The turbo sound is great! I'll see if I can do a video of the sound sometime this week. It sounds really good when pulling a trailer! Makes me feel like it really is a diesel! You only hear the sound in drive or neutral when you hit the Rev limit of 3k and let off. It sounds best from around 1800rpm-2600rpm when driving. It's not like the big spool sound of the turbo in the Cummins.
Good info, a video would be awesome!
 

flying7

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Sorry I just noticed this guys.

Very minimal performance gains as far as I noticed (I only had the truck for about 150 miles before install, so I really am more used to the performance with the CAI than without. Performance may be greater than I notice) and maybe 1mpg gain at most.

The turbo sound is great! I'll see if I can do a video of the sound sometime this week. It sounds really good when pulling a trailer! Makes me feel like it really is a diesel! You only hear the sound in drive or neutral when you hit the Rev limit of 3k and let off. It sounds best from around 1800rpm-2600rpm when driving. It's not like the big spool sound of the turbo in the Cummins.
Thanks, would you buy it again if you had it to do over again?
 

J.Coffey

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Jun 8, 2015
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Yes I would. The better air flow and sound are worth it to me. The lifetime filter warranty and ease of cleaning it are great too. Im sure there are performance gains as well but nothing extreme. I'm planning on doing a turbo back exhaust once the tuning is available to delete the DEF system and with this better flow coming in it should really make the exhaust sound nice.
 

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Brady

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Can anyone post that video outside of Facebook?
 

J.Coffey

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Yeah thats what I did. You just copy the link and paste it. I can't do it on my phone it has to be on my laptop.
 
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