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Discussion in 'LS, LT, LTZ' started by [email protected], Jul 18, 2012.

  1. chris624216@yahoo.com

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    I have a 2010 cobalt ls with a 2.2L and I want to upgrade my intake but I heard it can ruin newer motos. Is this true or will it increase the preformance of the car?
     
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    Lmao, who told you that?
    All you gotta do is have a spot for the mass airflow sensor to fit in near where it is stock.

    what signature?
     
  3. chris624216@yahoo.com

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    Lol I read it online go figure. I think I'm going to get either ingen or aem. What do you have?
     
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  4. TurboTechRacing

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    Injen is the most popular, than K&N. DONT get a cheap intake, they throw codes, and many will have such poor air flow you loose power!
     
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    I have the gmpp short RAM intake.
    Gmpp stands for GM Performance Part.


    what signature?
     
  6. Mo Parz

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    I did the ZZP 2.4 intake that eliminates the factory baffle/bladder. Added a K&N filter in the factory housing too. A 5 minute installation and pretty inexpensive. $50 for the filter, $99.99 + shipping for the tube.

    Not a big change but it should help when I get the header, 2.5" downpipe and low restriction catback installed.

    I wanted to keep the factory filter housing and eliminate the baffle/bladder.

    Keep an eye on this site for a used K&N or GMPP set-up used.
     
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    I had the GMPP intake on mine. Put 30K on the car with it and never had any issues.
     
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    I have an 09' with the K&N Typhoon...no issues so far :)
     
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    Have an 07 with the Injen, its beautiful and fits pretty snug, Never had any problems and had it for about 60k miles.
     
  10. TurboTechRacing

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    Injen in my opinion is the best choice.
     

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