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Old 05-29-2018, 07:47 PM   #1  
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Any info is appreciated. Looking for a new air intake for my 4.6L 3v. Donít really want to have to plug in 92 octane as it is hard to get here N of Kingston.
So I feel a tune is NOT required. Any experience, comments appreciated.
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Old 06-04-2018, 09:17 AM   #2  
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I'd go either Steeda.ca or American Muscle. Not sure if any intakes can be run tune free but i'm sure one or two can. If not get a tune for whatever octane you want. They can customize the tunes.
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I'd go either Steeda.ca or American Muscle. Not sure if any intakes can be run tune free but i'm sure one or two can. If not get a tune for whatever octane you want. They can customize the tunes.
tx def67!...had good luck with AM for the sequence tail lights and other items but last two times I tried to order the items came up back ordered for months. A local speed shop has a bbk with oiled filter for 350$ C with no tune. I may go back and chat with them. Have you installed one?
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Frankie...modern Mustangs have a pretty well designed air intake system from the factory. A CAI that doesn't require a tune will be of little to no benefit (other than looks, and a bit of noise). If looks are what you want, go with what you like the look of. If you want a bit more power, a CAI that requires a tune will give the best results (I would suggest C&L). If you don't have a tuner yet, I would suggest starting there first, with an SCT tuner. You can get tunes for any octane level. That will make a much more noticeable difference in the feel of the car than a CAI alone will. Is your car automatic, or stick?
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I do not have one.
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Old 06-05-2018, 12:48 PM   #6  
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Frankie...modern Mustangs have a pretty well designed air intake system from the factory. A CAI that doesn't require a tune will be of little to no benefit (other than looks, and a bit of noise). If looks are what you want, go with what you like the look of. If you want a bit more power, a CAI that requires a tune will give the best results (I would suggest C&L). If you don't have a tuner yet, I would suggest starting there first, with an SCT tuner. You can get tunes for any octane level. That will make a much more noticeable difference in the feel of the car than a CAI alone will. Is your car automatic, or stick?
...Thanks Roddy...C&L is on my short list. Appreciate the info regarding a tune. Usually plug in Esso hi-test so I will be able to tune to that 91Octane.
Cheers, see you around Eastern Ontario!
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Frankie...modern Mustangs have a pretty well designed air intake system from the factory. A CAI that doesn't require a tune will be of little to no benefit (other than looks, and a bit of noise). If looks are what you want, go with what you like the look of. If you want a bit more power, a CAI that requires a tune will give the best results (I would suggest C&L). If you don't have a tuner yet, I would suggest starting there first, with an SCT tuner. You can get tunes for any octane level. That will make a much more noticeable difference in the feel of the car than a CAI alone will. Is your car automatic, or stick?
5-speed. Put in a MGW short throw (really like the ratchet feel)... now i am jazzed👍🏻
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