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Difference between CAI and SR intakes - what's better on an AT?

CAI or SR?
What's the best intake for Automatic owners?
What's the difference between CAI and SR?
What's better on the automatic?
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Before you ask any q and to avoid flaming be sure to use the search tool offered in this website. You will find that most of the q's you want to ask have already been answered (including this one) and even reading old threads will provide you with valuable info. [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif[/IMG]
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<< Before you ask any q and to avoid flaming be sure to use the search tool offered in this website. You will find that most of the q's you want to ask have already been answered (including this one) and even reading old threads will provide you with valuable info. [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif[/IMG] >>



That's gotta be the most polite way I've seen someone say, SEARCH!!!
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yes that question has been asked many times, use the search!


but for AUTO, get the SR, AEM proved that SR gave more horsepower than the CAI on auto

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well if u wanted to be polite, u didn't really had to answer in the first place don't u think so? u can flame all you want i don't mind.

it was only a question. if anyone wants to answer it for me, that be cool. whoever said something about before dadidadada - i don't mean to diss u or whatever but yeah it's just a question.

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but lets say all the searching in the world didnt give him the right answer he was lookin for ? and then "Flamin " him for asking a question granted after looking ( searching) you shouldnt get slammed or ripped apart.. and to fight the but post the Q on the intake post... like we would look at a old post ???
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