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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-04-2009, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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BOMZ air intakes any good?

I was curious if anyone knew anything about BOMZ intakes for the 2.0 supercharged SS. You can get these on e-bay, not on the BOMZ website (strange!), for $89.99.

Too cheap to be good? Or awesome deal compared to K&N?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-04-2009, 06:00 PM
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personally nothin compares to spendin the money for a k&n... or get on cobalt-addiction.com and buy the heat exchanger

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personally nothin compares to spendin the money for a k&n... or get on cobalt-addiction.com and buy the heat exchanger
honestly i dont believethats true, when buying a name brand your spending money on exactly that, a name. An intake is just piping with a filter on the end, really there cant possibly be a huge difference between anyones intakes. I would buy the cheapest intake you can find personally. Or you can even make on yourself.

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Never heard of these intakes.

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honestly i dont believethats true, when buying a name brand your spending money on exactly that, a name. An intake is just piping with a filter on the end, really there cant possibly be a huge difference between anyones intakes. I would buy the cheapest intake you can find personally. Or you can even make on yourself.
Agreed! I didn't buy a name brand intake until recently. And mostly for looks. I made an intake for <100. You just need 3 in. pipe and a good filter.



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