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post #1 of 6 Old 06-20-2012, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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G5CR Stage 2 Cold Air Intake SALE!!!

Hey guys, we are having a sale on our G5CR intakes. Its been a great seller and we want to pass the great item on to you guys!

i think its quite a looker under the hood with a color matched intake tube. Many customers of ours have loved it and had no problems installing. Many love the sound it makes and the instant better top end power!







Looks great under the hood! Of course it has an option heatshield to block out that engine heat and protect the filter sucking in any dirt and debris. PM us with any questions!
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No offense to you or anyone who makes these, but $300-$400 for an intake which consists mainly of a tube and a filter seems excessive. Why are all of them so expensive? I can see if it's a new design and you're trying to re-coup development costs, but it's a common design. I don't see a lot of R&D costs involved. I guess I'll just have to accept that everything for these cars is going to be expensive. Or come up with a design of my own (yeah right).

I'd like to have one but I need to decide between having remote start installed (dealer installation) or a CAI. Thanks for the link.


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No offense to you or anyone who makes these, but $300-$400 for an intake which consists mainly of a tube and a filter seems excessive. Why are all of them so expensive? I can see if it's a new design and you're trying to re-coup development costs, but it's a common design. I don't see a lot of R&D costs involved. I guess I'll just have to accept that everything for these cars is going to be expensive. Or come up with a design of my own (yeah right).

I'd like to have one but I need to decide between having remote start installed (dealer installation) or a CAI. Thanks for the link.
No offense taken, There are many kits that are in the similar price bracket, and of course intakes that cost much more and much less.

most costing from 299.99 to 499.99. In which they all do the same thing, some products when in hand just feel like high quality materials were used, and the way some are packaged cost more then other. G5CR, has been a great seller and is the only intake manufacture we know that has custom color intake tubes. Many customers who go to car shows with their 5th gen has gotten many compliments on their intakes. It has been our best seller since it has came out also.

Cold air intakes are one mod people absolutely love. Figuratively talking, it makes the car breath better, making more power and for some they get increased MPG. Makes some cool sounds also. If you are looking into getting a CAI let us know, and we can find you a great yet cheaper alternative!
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Oh I'm definitely interested. While I can appreciate having a product that looks great, I'm more concerned with how it works than with how it looks when it comes to anything under the hood. I don't go to car shows so I don't need all of the aesthetics. What do you have for a lower cost alternative, and will it give the same performance as this intake?


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