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post #11 of 138 (permalink) Old 03-02-2008, 10:55 PM
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I have a K&N air intake system on my cobalt,it helps out for sure
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i made my own intake with some spare parts i had laying around....3 inch the whole way....great response and so much louder than before...i love it....i have pictures up on the ************* it looks great oh and its also the link to a great ebay cai. for only 40 bucks. you better jump on this cuz i hear prices are goin up to like 50 or 60 very soon
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GM Performance Air Intake

Does anyone know how much the GM Performance Air Intake is if i bought it throught he dealer and had them install it?
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somewhere near 350-400 dollars more than likely with dealer installation. I had one ordered thru the dealer i bought my car at and the original price was well above 300 not counting the installation itself. Mine was never done however because i was one of the lucky cobalt owners who have the SAI so they couldn't do it, so i never knew what the final price would have been. I was forced to go with K&N instead....
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somewhere near 350-400 dollars more than likely with dealer installation. I had one ordered thru the dealer i bought my car at and the original price was well above 300 not counting the installation itself. Mine was never done however because i was one of the lucky cobalt owners who have the SAI so they couldn't do it, so i never knew what the final price would have been. I was forced to go with K&N instead....
Nice, would the GM intake make enough difference in performance and quality to justify the dent in the wallet?
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Nice, would the GM intake make enough difference in performance and quality to justify the dent in the wallet?
Since you have the 2.4 id go K&N. 16whp gain, way better than GMPP, and its only 230 bucks minus shipping.

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actually let me recommend you going to murrays auto discount store.They have the K&N intake system,they will order it for you and no shipping payment involved,also you get a 15% discount on it so I paid 215 dollars for it instead of 280 dollars.

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yeah honestly i'd go K&N also, it shouldn't void your warranty either. I noticed quite a difference in throttle response and overall power with the K&N, and it gives your exhaust a little deeper tone.
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yeah,the K&N will have some sort effect with the exhaust

2006 Chevy Cobalt LT
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B&M tranny cooler
Catless Downpipe
stainless steel pacesetter header
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yeah honestly i'd go K&N also, it shouldn't void your warranty either. I noticed quite a difference in throttle response and overall power with the K&N, and it gives your exhaust a little deeper tone.
It voids your warranty. Any modification that cant be purchased through the dealership voids warranty.

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