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Is there a better choice than K&N

I like the looks of K&N's CAI, but I wish Volant and Green Filter offered systems so I could do some comparing. Are there other choices out there, or is K&N basically it?
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for those that are too lazy to click the link. Its $229.
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This is a LOT like the old LT1 intake style on the f-bodies.......wonder when they will upgrade to something like the LS1 intake? and draw air from in front of the radiator?
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Thanks for the help, guys!

Just ordered it. I liked the K&N, but it just didn't look right with the K&N logo that they're too proud of, imo.
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search around for install tips i believe there are a couple of treads to help out!!
and most of all enjoy it, i'm sure you will
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Anybody got actual (dyno) rwhp improvements from the LPE or K&Ns??
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i wish i had a good local tuner shop then i would
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lpe can suck some air for sure. i hit the gas a few times with the hood open and its like a tornado sucking everything around. it get so quite when i hit the gas and than....
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