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Baltimorejohn1 06-02-2013 07:26 PM

Top Seven 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Intakes
 
For the enthusiast who appreciates what the OEM can provide, the stock air intake is an amazing piece. In fact, it was the second fastest accelerating intake in the test (sixth on the dyno) and obviously requires no additional tuning or warranty worries.

For the mod'er who enjoys a stock fit and finish, both the aFe and Airaid intakes faired well in performance, while maintaining a subtle look in the engine bay. For the engineers in the crowd, the Cold Air Inductions and ADM Street intakes both performed well, taking the top HP spot and the third fastest accelerating, respectively.

For the serious tuners who prefer a more aggressive look, Fastlane and LMR looked great, with Fastlane sitting atop the group in terms of fastest acceleration. And, last but not least, the New Era Performance intake is perfect for those looking to stand out from the crowd, while still picking up some additional horsepower.

Read more: http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...#ixzz2V6l62GQZ
_2010_chevrolet_camaro_intakes/viewall.html

tandtperformance 06-03-2013 10:56 AM

intakes
 
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Originally Posted by Baltimorejohn1 (Post 6620401)
For the enthusiast who appreciates what the OEM can provide, the stock air intake is an amazing piece. In fact, it was the second fastest accelerating intake in the test (sixth on the dyno) and obviously requires no additional tuning or warranty worries.

For the mod'er who enjoys a stock fit and finish, both the aFe and Airaid intakes faired well in performance, while maintaining a subtle look in the engine bay. For the engineers in the crowd, the Cold Air Inductions and ADM Street intakes both performed well, taking the top HP spot and the third fastest accelerating, respectively.

For the serious tuners who prefer a more aggressive look, Fastlane and LMR looked great, with Fastlane sitting atop the group in terms of fastest acceleration. And, last but not least, the New Era Performance intake is perfect for those looking to stand out from the crowd, while still picking up some additional horsepower.

Read more: http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...#ixzz2V6l62GQZ
_2010_chevrolet_camaro_intakes/viewall.html

that was from 2010

Baltimorejohn1 06-03-2013 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by tandtperformance (Post 6622455)
that was from 2010

Same car not much change.... interesting article.... thought I would share especially because I seen it no where on this site.....

GM Tech has great stuff to read...

dorfmac 06-03-2013 11:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Baltimorejohn1 (Post 6622493)
Same car not much change....

Except the entire motor...

For us V6 guys, at least. I know to most of you SS'ers we don't really count ;)

Baltimorejohn1 06-03-2013 12:43 PM

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Originally Posted by dorfmac (Post 6622558)
Except the entire motor...

For us V6 guys, at least. I know to most of you SS'ers we don't really count ;)

I think they tested a L99....
I almost got a V6 so I would stay out of trouble :D

But you are right the V6 got a nice bump.....:w00t:

litle88 06-03-2013 12:55 PM

Yet ANOTHER best intake thread!

At least get the right ones will ya?

Sales @ CAI Inc 06-03-2013 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Baltimorejohn1 (Post 6622493)
Same car not much change.... interesting article.... thought I would share especially because I seen it no where on this site.....

GM Tech has great stuff to read...

There actually has been slight changes with the MAF as well as other things, but for the most part the engine is the same. It has not been posted on this site in a long time because many of the CAI's tested in that magazine have since changed design and that info is no longer applicable to many of them. They do have great stuff to read, but if you are looking for data that is more up to date as well as derived in a much more scientific method than you should take a look at the CAI testing done by Jannetty racing, which is pretty much the "go-to" testing for CAI's for this vehicle. :D


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