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post #1 of 36 Old 11-18-2010, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Granatelli Cold Air Intakes!!

We are proud to offer 2010-2011 Camaro cold air intakes from Granatelli Motorsports. These guys have been in the business for a long time now and they make some of the best performance products around.

They have recently introduced their cold air intake kits for the 2010-2011 Camaro SS, offering intake tubes in Polished, Black, Satin and even carbon Fiber finish.

Does anyone have any pictures of these kits already installed in their vehicles for people to see how good they look!







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post #2 of 36 Old 11-18-2010, 06:40 PM
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i don't know why they made the heat shield like that, it just looks useless with the backside open.

i do like the way the filter has the filtered end with a reverse cone shape. allows more air in for that size of filter.

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those look pretty nice

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i don't know why they made the heat shield like that, it just looks useless with the backside open.

I do like the way the filter has the filtered end with a reverse cone shape. allows more air in for that size of filter.
The back side is not open. It seals against the outer line of the strut tower. All air is drawn from the coolest part of the headlight cavity

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You have to remember, Air (is like a fluid when we talk about airflow and fluid dynamics) will always take the path of least resistance. The dyno shows it all - LINK ABOVE -

I can promise you 95% of the air flowing through the filter and to the engine is as cool as it can be - meaning ambient from the front of the car
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1 year later and these things are still a BEST SELLER - thanks to everyone for the support
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Wow if your wires make 50 hp your CAI must make 100 hp huh?
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Are they CARB certified yet, or will they be?
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Are they CARB certified yet, or will they be?
To be CARB legal we need to run the stock Carbon Trap filter - We have not done that. - it is the letter of the law vs. the intent
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