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We're offering an awesome deal and FREE shipping on our 2nd Gen CTS-V 4.5" Cold Air Intakes and Heat Block-off Panels!

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+1. Interested where the filter sits once installed, as I have a side swipe and don't like the lower duct location personally.

ETA: choice of couplers? I have an LS7 TB with no immediate plans for a 102mm.

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in for pics installed
 

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Found this when googling. Trying to compare this to the Dynospeed intake relative to MAF sensor location (and filter location).
 

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Is this made of aluminum of steel? I currently have a New Era 4' but since its steel the pipe itself retains a lot of heat.
 

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My exact question before purchasing. It's aluminum and it fits really good with the stock filter cover housing. I just need to get an Outerwear filter cover when I get caught in the rain.
 

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+1. Interested where the filter sits once installed, as I have a side swipe and don't like the lower duct location personally.

ETA: choice of couplers? I have an LS7 TB with no immediate plans for a 102mm.

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Random, I was discussing this with my friend Mr. GoodCad. In my opinion directing any outside cooler air into this area with the Sideswipe is beneficial. Even if the filter is situated lower down in the pocket, cooler air will keep the intake tube cooler.
 

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I have installed 3 of these with good results. No issues with fitment or MAF
 

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Sorry guys, didn't realize we had so many questions here. I'll get some installed photos for you next time we install one. Please see the video above for now. Thanks Rick and Cal for your input!!
 

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Installed the Fasterproms 4.5" intake about 3-months ago. Definite improvement from the 4" intake I previously had.

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Can you use the Airaid cover with this intake ?
 

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Can you use the Airaid cover with this intake ?
You can probably make it work. You can also use the stock airbox.
 

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Nice,Thanks !
 

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You can probably make it work. You can also use the stock airbox.
I have the stock airbox and was wondering how to make the cover work...I guess I have to look at it closer!

I can say that I have this intake and it works great! It looks great too and it is so obvious how it only takes the cold air in and the hot engine air is blocked off completely! Unfortunately, I did not do the install so I can't elaborate on that, sorry.

I just ran 10.49 with my minimal mods and Jeremy is the reason for this car running so well!!!
 
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