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Old 05-13-2010, 03:23 AM
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S&B CAI intake install and nothing else help

I bought a S&B CAI off a member here and like always it seems like nothing but great prices and services from members here most of the time. I was wondering if just adding the intake helps or hurts anything? Say like gas mileage and what not? Don't want the soot in my exhaust... Also can someone like Rudy's and some other ones send me a price on Spartan with the 4v275 and all exhaust stuff. If they find soot in the exhaust warranty is void.

P.S. Hey guys I missed all the BS around here but I did get to read most of it... Sorry been gone for so long. Been busy with the addition of 24x40 garage with and upstairs witha pool table.

Also trying to get wife pregnant. It's not happening but that just means I get to practice alot more!!! ( I'm not stupid )
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Old 05-13-2010, 03:32 AM
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Some people have reported 1 or 2 MPG with the S&B, but I wouldn't expect it. The S&B usually doesn't set a CEL like some intakes.
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Old 05-13-2010, 03:38 AM
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CEL? Sorry Brain fart
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Check engine light!
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my 08 is stock except the s&b, been running it for several hundred miles, haven't had any problems. I did see a 1 1/2 mpg increase on one of my tanks. I am going to do more tests before I clam that the intake is responsible.
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I saw 0 gains when I was running intake only.
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I saw 0 gains when I was running intake only.
What he said ^^^^^
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