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Cold air intakes

What are most guys running for cold air intakes? I was looking at the aem brute force hd any one have any experience with these ones
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if it helps, most will tell you the stock set-up is good up to 500hp.

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FWIW, I would keep the stock and use the money for other mods. The stocker is by far the best unless you are going for big HP.

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I've heard that the stock is good. But I hate cleaning the filter so I was looking for something with easier access to the filter
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Hey guess what, you don't clean a stock filter and they last upwards of 2-3 years in average environments.

My advice, spend some time searching so you don't get blasted. The majority of everyone you ask is going to tell you the same thing, leave it alone. Some will just just approach you nicer than others.

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I went with a S&B CAI with a K&N Fliter. You can just open up the window on top with 4 screws and remove the filter only to clean it. The stock one does flow good though. I only used this one since it was part of a trade deal.

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I don't have the sctock filter I have the afe stage 1 I think. It is it's just a washable filter in a box like the factory one

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You didn't say anything about what you currently have under the hood.

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Ya I forgot about it. Just sucks pulling it out to clean it I was looking for something easier to get out

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