Thanks for the insight, it sounds like a CAI full system (AIRAID, K&N, or other reputable and proven brand) is a good "stage one upgrade", to at-least increase air flow and get a little more rumble under the hood. I say "Stage one" meaning that this would make for a good first addition to the truck to build upon later with headers, exhaust, etc down the road. Have you noticed any change in MPG?
Have you installed these? What differences have you experienced with adding headers? I'm definitely no engine or truck expert, most comments on this forum and threads seem to be knowledgeable and detailed so i thought i would throw this thread out there and get some advice / feedback.Thanks
Hey thanks, Did you go with the K&N 63 series, any other brands or models that compete with K&N? I've used K&N on past vehicles and I know there's many brands out there curious why you went with K&N?
New to forum so sorry if this topic has been discussed in detail already. Just bought a 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 with the 6.2L. I wanted to get your advice and feedback around if a cold air intake is helpful to the engine for HP / TQ./ MPG and just better engine longevity? Any one add a CAI to a 2014-15 1500 with 6.2 if so what kind of gains / losses did you find? Pictures? Recommendations for which brand / model to go with for the Gm 6.2? Thank you,
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