does anyone know, when you install a cold air intake, i know it sounds better, you get more power, but do you get better gas milage too?
*i had this whole reply typed out already before i realized he did not have a pre 05 so im posting it anyway. most of it probably still holds true.ok sorry for the newb stuff, i know a lot about working on cars and drag racing, but off road is newer to me, and im just trying to learn more about what you can do, pluse i dont want to make any stupid mistakes, to my new truck, you know?
X2. Boat for me isn't gettin any lighter, and gas aint gettin any cheaper.Gas milage gents, gas milage, that and some boost in HP is what I am after. If I did not have to use a truck for a big cross country documentary where I will be sleeping in it, off roading it, I would use a more fuel efficient vehicle since fuel costs are so high. I am also a board member of two enviromental coalitions, I have to set at least a decent example here.
I have a TRD CAI on order, if all I get is some teeny-bopper's rendition of "Cool noise brah!" and a few HP but worse milage, I will put the thing on ebay faster than you can say "When I get mia G.E.D, Umm gonna geet me wanna those sooper chargers".
Sticker and T-shirt jokes aside, what is the REAL story here men?
huh thanks for the advise my future plans were:
superchip performance chip
cold air intake (K&N)
3" Flowmaster cat back exhaust
3" suspension lift
and some exterior accessories
and i will be adding once i start bringing in money again