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Old 12-17-2006, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just wondering if anyone knows of a cold air intake that is made for the reno that will boost performance. thnx
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Try a search next time.

Try "bms cai", "boshart cold air intake", ect...

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thnx for the info. do u know if that intake would void my warranty?
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thnx for the info. do u know if that intake would void my warranty?
lol, do a search. But no, legally it's pretty damn hard to void your warranty but sure doesnt mean a dealer won't try to tell you otherwise.
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Do If I make a custom Intake made with the SPECTER parts if theres actually an HP gain or no ??? I dont want to eget the bMS CAI because I want mine to be chromed
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Do If I make a custom Intake made with the SPECTER parts if theres actually an HP gain or no ??? I dont want to eget the bMS CAI because I want mine to be chromed
Yeah it'll still help allot, especialy if its a CAI and not just a short ram. It won't be as good as the BMS CAI either way but if you like the looks that much better its a toss up of what you like best
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