Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Brownsville, TN U.S.A.
There are lots of guys in PA on this forum, so I am sure one of them will help when they see this.
Just a note. A higher flow intake will not give you more mpg. The more air you put in an engine the more fuel the computer puts in the engine to compensate and keep the fuel to air mix right.
Wanting a new intake for power is cool, but there is a reason companies like K&N document power increases, but only hint around at mpg increases...
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BTW welcome to the forum...