just look up on google, much more negative than positive...
if you could simply pay 69.00 a gain 30 hp, why do people pay arm and a leg
for turbos,exhaust kits ...
if it was only that easy...
ive read it actually made gas milage go down cause its taking up space in
your air passage (blockage) and how is the supposed turbine of air supposed
to stay in shape all way through air system,. intkae etc...
I made a similar unit back in 1998 and installed it on my car and they
do work to a certain degree on a carburated car but you do lose a lot of
top end due to the obvious resistance created.
the car would run out to 6500 rpm easy without it but struggled over
5500 with it in.
The hp increase they speak about is not peak power but low end power.
As far as a newer injected car go I cant imagine it does anything for it
but half block your induction and slow you down in your vehicle in top end
save your money and pop a high flow air filter in
(K&N http://www.knfilters.com/filtercharger.htm or similar)
your car will thank you
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