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DIY Tymar Dyno Performance

I'm sure this has been beat to death but I looked all over but I didn't find anything, has anyone ever dyno'd their rig after a DIY Tymar intake install to see if it made a differnece? In general what kind of improvements has it made? Lower EGT's, Better MPG's? ect........

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Uh...no.

The basic reason for doing it is maintaining airflow while getting rid of the leaking factory housing that lets dirt in....and increasing the replacement interval time.
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yep what phpdiesel said.

plus hearing the turbo more

better air flow, last longer, easy not too expensive mod.

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Looks good, Sounds good, Cheap, and preferred over most of the other CAI's

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