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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-10-2014, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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So i just installed a DC Sport cold air intake system to my 07 cobalt LS and i just wanted to know how much horsepower it might add to the car


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Very little but plenty of noise

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1hp @ 6k rpm my guess. Don't belive the dyno graphs on the back of the box, intakes do very little if anything.

Noise is nice though.

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noise is REALLY nice my gas mileage has suffered because of that noise, i just love the sound of it so im stepping on it EVERYWHERE!

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Yeah i do the same haha but it does help with gas milage and its faster and lower rpms now


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Debatable. But the sound alone makes it worthwhile imo.

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Cold air intake hurt gas mileage
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the intake itself wont hurt gas mileage.

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no, its the extra lead in your foot afterwards that hurts the gas mileage...

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Lol and the sounds just make you push that pedal closer to the floor
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