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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-16-2005, 09:17 AM Thread Starter
 
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Intake question

So which intake is the best for the 05's? From searching, it seems that the New Era and LPE are at the top.

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I'm not sure I've heard anything all that great about he New Era intake
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K&N for the 05! We use the New Era on the 04's and the K&N on the 05's, they work very well, we stock them pm me and I'll hook you up!
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Lpe

LPE CAI's (2005) are on sale $209 (sale ends today though) w/ free shipping. They're supposed to be high quality and have heard nothing but good things about them.

I ordered the CAI just before the sale was on. I emailed them and they ended up giving me the sale price and free shipping. LPE has been good to deal with in my personal experience.
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My lingenfelter will be here on Monday, I'll let you know how it works
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Lingenfelter CAI

Got mine today, installed in about 30 minutes (once I had the torx wrenches and pry tool).

I could tell an immediate difference. It reved up a lot faster and I could feel a little extra pull on a hard take off. I think you'll like it.
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