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  1. #1
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    Feb 2017

    Cold Air Intake

    Do cold air intakes really work? I recently placed an order on a K&N cold air intake kit on 4 Wheel Online because they are on sale and offered for their free shipping promo. I really want to try anything that will improve my 1993 Mustang GT hatchback's fuel efficiency. Are they really effective?

  2. #2
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    Jan 2017
    Well, I've got an Injen cold air intake, and I cannot say it is as good as ads say.
    It looks great, the sound has changed a bit, but nothing outstanding in terms of performance

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    Yes. Definitely work. When paired with a large filter. Cold air packs more oxygen and burns better. So in the cold, it's a better option.

    Also, high performance summer tires really do grip a lot better than all-seasons.

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