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Old 18 Jun 2004, 12:35 am
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Has anyone installed the BTG intake for N/A PT's? Also, have you installed the K&N FIPK? Which do you prefer and why? How big is the filter on the BTG? Any and all help is gladly appreciated.
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Old 18 Jun 2004, 10:33 pm
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Can't comment on the BTG but I've had the K & N FIPK for almost 2 years and wouldn't have anything else. The one thing you might not like is it really roars when you put your foot in it. Much more than any of the other systems I've seen. Why I don't know other than it's flowing more air than some of the other systems out there.
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The more roar the better. Anything to make this thing sound more powerful. If I can't intimidate somebody by roasting the tires 40 feet down the road, I'd like to sound as if I could.
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Agree with Grouch - I think the K&N is the best. Others are cheaper, but not better. And I have an AirAid!
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The more roar the better. Anything to make this thing sound more powerful. If I can't intimidate somebody by roasting the tires 40 feet down the road, I'd like to sound as if I could.
You sound like a Ricer.... [:I]
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Nope, I'm anti-ricer, why do you think I own a PT Cruiser? I just like to beat ricers, not be like them.
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