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post #1 of 71 Old 08-01-2009, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Question Cold Air Induction Test on ALL Aftermarket Systems!!

There has been soo much talk about all the different Cold Air Induction Systems starting to hit the market. I myself (Late Model Racecraft) am willing to get a magazine company involved and actually due Dyno tests and track results of every aftermarket Cold Air Induction System on the market for everyone to be able to see un biased results. Any other vendor that wants in on this just let me know and I will try and make it happen. This way we will use ONE car for the test. That way every CAI out their will be tested with the same vehicle, on the same day, in the same temperatures, and on the same dyno and track. What does everyone think about that?


Please post up in this thread, we are trying to get forum members to pick which Cold Air Induction Systems they would like to see go head to head with one another. It will all be done and written in an up coming magazine. Thanks!
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34098

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post #2 of 71 Old 08-01-2009, 08:31 PM
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Right on Right on. That way if you got the best you can be compensated accordingly. I'm waiting for the best.

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I'm all for that kind of competition!!

But that said, I've already made up my mind on which one I'm getting in the next couple of weeks, and its initials are........


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You can use my car!!!!lol
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I would suggest that the ca not have any modifications prior to the beginning of the test so you would have a good base line to start. If you are going to run on a drag strip then the car be an automatic with no manual shifting so the results cannot vary by someone shifting differently on different passes. And of course the same tune as stock to ensure even comparisons. (That leaves my car out.)
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Bob has a good point.

I am sure LMR will do this.

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that is a good point but won't the auto will respond differently than a standard because its a different motor? I think you should do both.
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I would suggest that the ca not have any modifications prior to the beginning of the test so you would have a good base line to start. If you are going to run on a drag strip then the car be an automatic with no manual shifting so the results cannot vary by someone shifting differently on different passes. And of course the same tune as stock to ensure even comparisons. (That leaves my car out.)
The tests will definately take place on STOCK cars with NO other modifications, not even tuning. The magazine companies would like to see actual results from just bolting on a Cold Air Induction system. Now all I need is other venders that are willing to put their CAI systems up for test. We are ready!

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ttt for other vendors responses.

Can a brother get a sticky over here?

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