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Old 06-03-2010, 11:18 AM   #11  
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see you at Carlisle! I am leaving in the morning to head up. i'll be staying at the Best Western
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:24 AM   #12  
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Enjoy having a real gas pedal! The stock tune lets you "suggest" the speed of the car.
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:42 AM   #13  
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I agree it looks more at home under the hood, and the aluminum will heat soak more than plastic, but C&L said two years ago that the racer intake didn't produce as much HP/TQ on stock to mild modded engines like the street intake does. They said you had to have heads, cams, TB, LT headers, upraded intake manifold, and aggressive tuning to make the racer intake shine. (and really not so much on the 4.6L 281 CI, they said 302 motors needed the racer)

With that information, and knowing I would install a Whipple 10 PSI HO kit before I did all that to my engine, I opted for the street intake.
The HP/TQ differences are minimal

http://www.cnlperformance.com/images/C&L_Racer_Dyno.jpg
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I suggest driving the car aggressively with the stock tune immediately before you install the CAI & tune so you have a fresh "baseline" for comparison and then do the same after the install. Enjoy!
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Thanks, after checking that out and reading their revised website I see why you are getting the racer. I would have too if that much information was available at the time. Enjoy your new intake, I know mine made a world of difference.
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