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Old 06-14-2013, 10:06 AM   #1
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The following are some common misconceptions that we get here on a regular basis when speaking with customers about purchasing a Cold Air Intake for their vehicle. I try not to speak on behalf of other companies products, so I will do my best to address a few common beliefs/concerns that we get and how they pertain to our products. I hope that some of you find them helpful.

Misconception #1: I heard or read somewhere that oiled air filters are bad for my engine and will cause MAF (Mass Air Flow) problems.

TRUTH: The fact is this, if the oil from an air filter gets onto your MAF sensor it can cause some inaccurate readings that will negatively affect drivability and how your engine runs. THAT BEING SAID, this is only an issueif you A: purchase an air filter that has not properly been oiled from the manufacturer <OR> B: You oil your filter yourself and over oil it and/or do not let the oil dry properly into the air filter.

If you do a quick internet search, there are numerous companies out there that have known issues with his happening, we are not one of those companies. We do all of our own Engineering, R&D, Testing, and manufacturing of our filters as opposed to buying them from one of the "big box" brand names, this allows us a much higher level of quality control to ensure each filter is perfect.

Cold Air Inductions Inc. has very high quality standards in place to prevent this type of occurrence from happening. In the 9 years we have been producing and selling Cold Air Intake systems, we have never to my knowledge had a customer get a filter that was improperly oiled to the point where the filter oil got onto the vehicles MAF. Many people are not aware of this, but we actually have a quality manager whose sole responsibility is to monitor our quality on all different levels from raw materials to finished product. Since we are in the process of getting ISO certified, quality control is especially important to us. So rest assured that when you buy a CAI Inc. system you will have no issues with our oiled air filter.

Misconception #2: I am going to lose the functionality of my windshield wiper reservoir or have to move it so I can fill it after installing a CAI.

Truth: The Cold Air Intake we have developed for this vehicle requires no further modifications or changes to your vehicle. You don't have to touch your washer bottle, and you still have complete access to it because the lid on our CAI is removable via 3 spring loaded quarter turn fasteners.

Misconception #3: A CAI will void my vehicles factory warranty; even my dealer told me that.

Truth: A CAI cannot and will not void your vehicles warranty. Under the Federal Law known as the "Magnuson-Moss Act" your vehicles warranty is protectedafter installing a product such as a CAI. That being said, a dealer does not have to warranty an aftermarket product (such as a CAI) or any damage caused by that product, but the vehicles warranty remains intact and unchanged.

Here is a good example of how it works: You buy a new Camaro with a warranty. You then install a set of aftermarket headers, which rub against some wires and melt them. Your dealer will not and does not have to warranty those wires that melted because it was caused by an aftermarket part, however the rest of your vehicles warranty remains the same, and any damage covered b that warranty is still fixed as long as it was not caused by the headers you installed. Hopefully that makes sense.

On a side note, many dealers will tell you that they will not do warranty work on your vehicle if you installed aftermarket parts. By law they can not do this, however very few consumers are going to take the time, money, and energy to bring this battle all the way to court and fight it, even though legally the dealer has no grounds. When something like this happens, many will just go to another dealer, one that is "mod friendly" and will not give you a hard time. Another option if you know your dealer is difficult to work with regarding mods, and you don't have other options, is to remove your mod or CAI before taking it in for warranty work.

Misconception #4: I need to get a "tune" or adjust my computers settings to use a Cold Air Intake.

Truth: A CAI from Cold Air Inductions Inc. does not require a tune, simply install it and you are done. Some CAI's require a tune to avoid a CEL (Check Engine Light) and to run properly for their design, OUR CAI DOES NOT.

I hope that clears up a few things for consumers searching for a CAI and doing the research. If you have any questions, I would be happy to help answer them to the best of my ability. Thanks and take care!

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Old 04-11-2014, 03:17 PM   #2
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:31 PM   #3
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I love it!

Great post. Just confirms my purchase. I truly believe the CAI cold air intake + Vmax TBB is the best one, two combo for our LFX motors. I have around 20k on the CAI I have and it's works great. A side benefit of this CAI is how it adds to the exhaust tone at WOT. Sounds awesome!

One thing to speak of is your ceramic intake tube and insulated box w/lid. I think this alone separate you guys from the rest of the pack.

Speaking of filters.....where I can I get a replacement ordered?
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Well I tried to order a recharge kit with cc and it keeps says paypal gateway rejected due to country?

I have cc selected on the payment options....???? :/
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Old 04-11-2014, 04:22 PM   #5
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+1 on everything posted by CAI

My wife thinks it's a Turbo when I have to nail it going up a highway ramp.
And it is her car...........

Anyone who raced dirt can explain the proper way to clean and oil a filter.
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Old 04-22-2014, 03:33 PM   #6
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+1 on everything posted by CAI

My wife thinks it's a Turbo when I have to nail it going up a highway ramp.
And it is her car...........

Anyone who raced dirt can explain the proper way to clean and oil a filter.
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:07 AM   #7
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I am weirdly in love with your intake system. The sound and power makes my giddy!
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:32 AM   #8
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This should be a sticky.
+1 for CAI. Best looking intake and an awesome product for the price. Was my first mod and I love it.
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Old 04-23-2014, 01:54 PM   #9
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Great post! I recently bought my CAI intake and Vmax TB and their amazing! I'm trying to find a mod friendly dealer because I just heard that the one I got my car from will do anything they can to void your warranty.
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Great post! I recently bought my CAI intake and Vmax TB and their amazing! I'm trying to find a mod friendly dealer because I just heard that the one I got my car from will do anything they can to void your warranty.
Thanks, glad it is helpful for you guys!
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I'm purchasing a Camaro soon and was thinking of a CAI as my first mod. How much of an MPG increase would you estimate the V6 would get? Thanks.
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I'm purchasing a Camaro soon and was thinking of a CAI as my first mod. How much of an MPG increase would you estimate the V6 would get? Thanks.

I put mine on early in ownership and still being broke in so it was hard to tell but I got about 1 to 2 MPG increase in a couple tanks following install. I would say part of that was the motor was still being broke in.

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I'm purchasing a Camaro soon and was thinking of a CAI as my first mod. How much of an MPG increase would you estimate the V6 would get? Thanks.
Fuel economy is based on far to many factors to have a simple and concrete answer, but many of our customers have seen a 1-3 mpg increase after installing the CAI. Let us know if you have any other questions, we would be happy to help!
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Thanks for the info. One other question. Should it be installed after a certain amount of miles? It's been 10 years since my last new vehicle so I'm unaware of any break-in period for a V6 Camaro and whether or not it's safe to install mods prior to breaking it in.
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I stuck mine on with about 2500 on it or less. It don't matter if you wait for break in or not. Service department told me to have the oil changed at 3000 miles and I would assume that is about the break in period. I installed mine with the idea if it breathes easier I will get better mileage. It also looks better than stock.

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I had a question.. My friend keeps telling me to remove the clear cover/lid and that it'll perform better. Is it true?
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Should you make one that is CARB certified I will be an immediate customer. Until then I am afraid I am going to have to wait. I drive too many miles to get a visual fail from Officer Friendly.
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Well I tried to order a recharge kit with cc and it keeps says paypal gateway rejected due to country?

I have cc selected on the payment options....???? :/
I have the same problem with some American sites here.
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Thanks for the info. One other question. Should it be installed after a certain amount of miles? It's been 10 years since my last new vehicle so I'm unaware of any break-in period for a V6 Camaro and whether or not it's safe to install mods prior to breaking it in.
1 mile or 100k miles it will not matter.

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I installed mine with the idea if it breathes easier I will get better mileage. It also looks better than stock.

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I had a question.. My friend keeps telling me to remove the clear cover/lid and that it'll perform better. Is it true?
No, your friend is definitely misinformed. The lid is preventing your CAI from sucking in hot air from the engine bay, and since it's a "Cold" air intake, it should be pulling in the coolest air available, after all that's why it makes power. Our CAI pulls the cooler air from outside of the vehicle, and keeps its cooler with its sealed off and insulated air box along with the thermal coated intake tube. Buying our CAI and removing the lid or glass would be defeating the whole advantage of why you purchased it, and it would no longer be doing what it was engineered to do. I hope that helps.

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Should you make one that is CARB certified I will be an immediate customer. Until then I am afraid I am going to have to wait. I drive too many miles to get a visual fail from Officer Friendly.
Thank you, we appreciate your interest. We have looked into getting approved and unfortunately the costs far outweigh the benefits for us. If anything changes in the future we will definitely let you know!
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I live in a snowy winter area. Is there any issues with running an intake in the winter with slush and what not?
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The following are some common misconceptions that we get here on a regular basis when speaking with customers about purchasing a Cold Air Intake for their vehicle. I try not to speak on behalf of other companies products, so I will do my best to address a few common beliefs/concerns that we get and how they pertain to our products. I hope that some of you find them helpful.

Misconception #1: I heard or read somewhere that oiled air filters are bad for my engine and will cause MAF (Mass Air Flow) problems.

TRUTH: The fact is this, if the oil from an air filter gets onto your MAF sensor it can cause some inaccurate readings that will negatively affect drivability and how your engine runs. THAT BEING SAID, this is only an issueif you A: purchase an air filter that has not properly been oiled from the manufacturer <OR> B: You oil your filter yourself and over oil it and/or do not let the oil dry properly into the air filter.

If you do a quick internet search, there are numerous companies out there that have known issues with his happening, we are not one of those companies. We do all of our own Engineering, R&D, Testing, and manufacturing of our filters as opposed to buying them from one of the "big box" brand names, this allows us a much higher level of quality control to ensure each filter is perfect.

Cold Air Inductions Inc. has very high quality standards in place to prevent this type of occurrence from happening. In the 9 years we have been producing and selling Cold Air Intake systems, we have never to my knowledge had a customer get a filter that was improperly oiled to the point where the filter oil got onto the vehicles MAF. Many people are not aware of this, but we actually have a quality manager whose sole responsibility is to monitor our quality on all different levels from raw materials to finished product. Since we are in the process of getting ISO certified, quality control is especially important to us. So rest assured that when you buy a CAI Inc. system you will have no issues with our oiled air filter.

Misconception #2: I am going to lose the functionality of my windshield wiper reservoir or have to move it so I can fill it after installing a CAI.

Truth: The Cold Air Intake we have developed for this vehicle requires no further modifications or changes to your vehicle. You don't have to touch your washer bottle, and you still have complete access to it because the lid on our CAI is removable via 3 spring loaded quarter turn fasteners.

Misconception #3: A CAI will void my vehicles factory warranty; even my dealer told me that.

Truth: A CAI cannot and will not void your vehicles warranty. Under the Federal Law known as the "Magnuson-Moss Act" your vehicles warranty is protectedafter installing a product such as a CAI. That being said, a dealer does not have to warranty an aftermarket product (such as a CAI) or any damage caused by that product, but the vehicles warranty remains intact and unchanged.

Here is a good example of how it works: You buy a new Camaro with a warranty. You then install a set of aftermarket headers, which rub against some wires and melt them. Your dealer will not and does not have to warranty those wires that melted because it was caused by an aftermarket part, however the rest of your vehicles warranty remains the same, and any damage covered b that warranty is still fixed as long as it was not caused by the headers you installed. Hopefully that makes sense.

On a side note, many dealers will tell you that they will not do warranty work on your vehicle if you installed aftermarket parts. By law they can not do this, however very few consumers are going to take the time, money, and energy to bring this battle all the way to court and fight it, even though legally the dealer has no grounds. When something like this happens, many will just go to another dealer, one that is "mod friendly" and will not give you a hard time. Another option if you know your dealer is difficult to work with regarding mods, and you don't have other options, is to remove your mod or CAI before taking it in for warranty work.

Misconception #4: I need to get a "tune" or adjust my computers settings to use a Cold Air Intake.

Truth: A CAI from Cold Air Inductions Inc. does not require a tune, simply install it and you are done. Some CAI's require a tune to avoid a CEL (Check Engine Light) and to run properly for their design, OUR CAI DOES NOT.

I hope that clears up a few things for consumers searching for a CAI and doing the research. If you have any questions, I would be happy to help answer them to the best of my ability. Thanks and take care!

I'm looking at what I believe is your intake from Phastek ( http://www.phastekperformance.com/20...ir-intake2.htm ) Is this an oiled filter, or a dry filter? Also, do you have a copy of the installation instructions? And lastly, I'm up in Canada, so where can I order it and will the colder climate negatively affect the performance and compatability of the CAI with my engine?
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I live in a snowy winter area. Is there any issues with running an intake in the winter with slush and what not?
No, we sell to much snowier climates, never had an issue. The filter is in the same location as your stock filter and completely sealed off, its nice and safe

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I'm looking at what I believe is your intake from Phastek ( http://www.phastekperformance.com/20...ir-intake2.htm ) Is this an oiled filter, or a dry filter? Also, do you have a copy of the installation instructions? And lastly, I'm up in Canada, so where can I order it and will the colder climate negatively affect the performance and compatability of the CAI with my engine?
Yes that is our CAI. We only use/sell oiled filters, and it comes pre-oiled from us ready to use. You can order it directly from us or from an Authorized Dealer, shipping rates may differ from company to company. The cold wont matter, whether or not you have a CAI, the outside temperature isn't going to change, your still breathing in the outside air, our CAI just reduces the amount it heats up. You're good to go!

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Ok, ignorant questions here. I am still learning about the LFX V6. I've always owned either V8's or turbo injected 4 cylinders, and have never modded anything in my life.

What are the benefits of the Vmax throttle body and the CAI? Is it that much more you feel like it's a different machine all together or is it just for a few extra thrills? How much actual torque and horsepower can I really gain out of these mods?

Also, I'm not a tech guy. I don't have a nice garage with all the tools, so I'm not as advanced like most on these forums to do the work myself. Do dealerships install aftermarket parts, or do I need to find a custom shop? Also, how much money is too much money to be spending on all of this including installation?

If I need to find a custom shop, I fear I might not mod my vehicle because I don't know who I can trust in Broward County, Fl to do a good job.
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