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  1. What do you guys think? It's not as loud as a full aftermarket exhaust would be but I think it sounds pretty good for the money I paid.
  2. I installed a Cold Air Inductions intake system on my truck and took it to a dyno to see if it made power... surprisingly it did lol...
  3. This thread is for anyone who would like to post pictures or share their feedback on the Roto-fab CAI system. We are receiving awesome feedback and customer reviews for our new 2019-2020 Silverado / Sierra 1500 Cold Air Intake, and we're excited to continue our tradition of performance and quality on this new platform! Roto-fab CAI Web Link: https://www.roto-fab.com/products/make/gmc Photo Credit: Rakkasan Motorsports, Authorized Roto-fab Dealer Gen5 DIY, Authorized Roto-fab Dealer onthereel, GM-Trucks.com Forum Member RyanbabZ71, GM-Trucks.com Forum Member @Cfowler_75, Instagram @Mayhem_1LE_, Instagram Thanks for the Photos everyone!
  4. Hey guys and gals I was hoping y’all could answer a question of mine. I currently own a 2019 Silverado trail boss with the 5.3 and 6 speed transmission. A mechanic told me the transmission is a ticking time bomb if I do any performance mods. Such as a cam swap and tune. So I explained my plan for the future. Cold air intake, flow master exhaust, headers, tune and cam swap. He said if I do any of the big changes to the engine the tranny may go out. The reason why is because the stock transmission was only made to handle the stock HP and TQ. Have any of y’all had an issue like this after some big performance mods?
  5. I am considering installing a Cold Air Induction System on my ZR2 with the GM's OEM part 8453531. In calling two local dealerships about purchasing the part, naturally they provided two different prices, I was implicitly told by both service departments that if the cold air induction system is not installed by the dealership, this particular item would void the factory warranty. When I questioned as to why, the service department representative, told me, items such as tires, shock, visors, and exterior add-ons and etc won't impact the warranty . But, this particular product because it involves electrical system and particularly the emissions system that it has to be installed by the dealer, otherwise it would void the warranty if the truck experiences engine, electrical or problems involving the emissions systems. Does anyone know specifically if these statements are true? I am actually surprised that if they aren't, that GM doesn't specifically conduct quality control and conduct random checks of the dealers for honesty. The two dealers in addition to cost of the cold air induction, more than $500, the installation charge exceeds $250 not including tax. Although one of the service techs bragged about claims of noticeable improvements in HP, Gas mileage and torque, he couldn't provide specific numbers with the exception of gas mileage which I can expect between 1-3 mpg improvements. I'm curious if he is simply attempting to sell a product which if I do purchase, I will be greatly disappointed if I don't get the improvement in HP, torque and mpg. Anyone have any facts that help me make the best decision?
  6. Found this install video when searching around for any reviews on the CAI. Maybe helpful for someone. They are claiming ~15hp boost from the CAI, anyone install one yet? https://www.knfilters.com/cold-air-intakes/cars-and-trucks/63-3109-performance-air-intake-system
  7. I purchased and installed the Cold Air Intake for my 2019 GMC AT4 w/6.2L. Had to have dealership "Reflash" computer. They weren't supposed to charge, but they did. Haven't gotten anyone to call me back to explain. (Milford, CT Chevrolet/GMC). I drive hard and fast. I'm only getting 12-14mpg! 15.5 best hwy during 3k mile trek from WA state to CT. I know have 4,700mi. Put air intake after I got to CT. I have stock 20" w/All Terrain Goodyears. I'm looking to put a cab high bed topper on this Dark Sky Metallic truck. Any ideas? I'd like to level it like I did my 2018 LTZ, but with it already has a 2" lift, and I'm not sure who can do it or supply me with the parts? Lastly, Why The Heck does Chevy/GMC Trucks not have a locking gas cap?!?! My 2015 C7 Vette does! With Proximity sensor push to open!!! $70k and no locking gas cap. I don't care about gas thieves. I care about gas tank vandals!!!!
  8. Hello everyone. I hope I'm in the right place as this is my first post! Today I purchased a 2018 GMC Sierra SLT Premium Plus with the eAssist package, and it arrives next week. I went back and forth between that and the All Terrain and landed on the Premium Plus with eAssist. As soon as I got home this evening I started accessory shopping. As I'm about to purchase a K&N 77 cold air intake, I see that it says for all 5.3L models except the hybrid. From what I understand now (which the sales rep at the dealer didn't inform me of while purchasing), the eAssist package counts as the hybrid. Does anyone know why I can't use a cold air intake with this model?
  9. So back in a GM truck since the 2003 YukieXL got adopted in 2012. Got the SRado and 19 mpg around town after the generic (folks dog em out so I been going with knockoffs and with CAD today they’re pretty good. Truck doesn’t know.) makes the AFm not as noticeable and seriously 19 mpg in a truck combined . Never got better than 13.9 in my 5.7 Ram. Gonna go with cat back next...maybe tune. Read every post before I attempted to get into bed through firewall to continue the Audio upgrade. My link has possibilities...AppleCare play upgrade or the Alpine head swap if budget ever can handle. Going through the big grommet is too much work guys so the little grommet under the drivers door hinge...15 minutes and pull the grommet back in the hole a snap. I got some pics so hope the show. Went with a BBox down firing dual 10 box. Only issue is where to mount the Amp and audiocontrol LC2i . Raising seat or on back wall seems intensive unless using expensive Alpine bass kit but little room unless front of box. Better weather would motivate me to pull back seat out and build a suspension mount like Alpine does. Trying to use set up from previous sled...save some dough. It’s DablueSmooth now but forgot my new password so musical names for next 30 days. Pictures are too big or failing to load from the iPad ...I’ll post from phone
  10. I just installed the S&B Cold Air Intake is it is awesome. I have noticed better throttle response especially in situations like rolling on the throttle after taking turns at intersections. Previously the motor bogged down in those situations but now it comes alive.
  11. I had a great deal on buying my 2015 Silverado LT. It’s not what I wanted (V8, leather, 4WD, etc,) but I’m going to make it work! It’s a beautiful color and I added some black 20” rims and also painted the bowtie black. I have a few more mods I want to do with the lights and adding a backup camera, BUT what I want most is HP!!! I called the local speed shop and they told me there’s really nothing out there for the 4.3L and I wouldn’t be able to notice the small increase with a Cold Air Intke, Exhausts or programming..... Is this true? I mean a few extra (10-15) for each of those mods seems like it would add up? Can anyone give me some advice to get more HP without dropping the obvious V8 I’d love to have to begin with..... Thanks so much in advance! TomBrady80
  12. First post here but wanted everyone to know before they too get screwed by their power train warranty. I have A 2015 gmc 1500 Denali 6.2 and have had transmission problems after about 10000 miles or so . I have taken it in and asked to have the transmission looked at with nothing but “can’t find a problem “ from service. I installed a k and n dry synthetic intake to my truck after about 15,000 miles(I have about 50k now). Took my truck in about 7months ago due to the transmission hitting hard throughout gears. When i take the car out of park into reverse there is a hard knock and a decent jolt. Sometimes when driving it and getting onto a freeway the gas pedal does not work then kicks in after a few seconds (pretty scary ). Another issue is if I give it gas in 4th or 5th it revs high then I feel like I and being rear ended and then the truck moves. This is crazy that this is happening. The dealership did a reprogramming of the transmission and 7 months I take it back they pull it apart and find pieces of the clutch in the bottom of the transmission pan. They call me today and tell me that the aftermarket CAI is the cause of the problem. They say the mass air flow censor is covered in oil from the air filters oil? My air filter is a dry synthetic filter just wash with water and air dry so I call their bullshit. They then call me back and say they looked into the filter I own and it is a dry filter and there was no oil on it. Wow wtf. They bullshit their way out of everything. Just wanted people to know when they have this problem be one step ahead of them and keep your stock air intake . It is absolutely absurd to say my clutch is coming apart in my transmission because of a aftermarket air intake. They are also not honoring the warranty and want me to pay $4480 for a new trans. This will probably be my last gm car ever.
  13. Its the latest, the greatest, my new 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT! Lifted at the dealership 4 and a half inches with Toyo A/T 295/60/20 tires. I also added the cold air intake with the dual cat back exhaust. I decided to go with the Pedal master to improve engine response. So how does it drive? Like a truck supposed to! Typical learning curve on the computer so its still trying to understand what I did, I wish I could program it but the boys at the dealership have warranty concerns so...Comments, Concerns, or just general feedback is appreciated. Welcome me to the forum. I'm Ken in Arizona.
  14. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 3/30/2016 Are you looking for an easy to complete home project that will give your new Silverado or Sierra a little kick in the pants? Cold Air Inductions has an intake system designed for your truck that’s not only easy to install but adds a custom look under the hood, too. Before vs After Product: CAI Cold Air Intake System for 2014-2016 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra with the 5.3L V8 Manufacturer: Cold Air Inductions Suggested Retail Price: $429.99 Product Website: CAI - 2014-2016 5.3L Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Intake System (Textured Black Finish) Features +12-horsepower +6 ft-lbs of torque Up to +3 MPG increase in fuel economy Aluminum Insulated Air Box Removable Box Lid with filter viewing window 4-inch thermal coated intake tube High-performance air filter Made in the USA No tune required Unboxing Our CAI Intake System came in securely shipped in a single cardboard box. The entire intake came in only a few pieces and without any small or loose parts. We found the items inside packaged well and free of damage. Inside we found the cold air intake box, a black coated metal snorkel tube, a rubber joint with vacuum hose hookups, and a pre-oiled cone filter. All hardware was already assembled or attached to the parts. Installation We installed this intake on a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado with the 5.3L V8. If you know how to work a screwdriver, a socket/ratchet combination, and are not afraid to have to climb into the hood of your truck, we think you would have no problem completing this installation at home in your own driveway. A topside creeper would make this easier but is not required. A tool set that includes hex bits and socket extensions is required. We started off the process of removing the stock air box and plenum by disconnecting the negative terminal from the battery. We then removed the brace that runs over the battery to gain more room to work and carefully pulled the mass airflow sensor (MAF) out of the factory snorkel. Do not disconnect the MAF sensor. We next disconnected the two stock vacuum hoses that run into the valve covers. We also loosened the clamp that holds the stock intake to the throttle body and removed the resonator box. Then we snuggly pulled up to pop the factory air filter box out of place. We also transferred a rubber grommet from the factory box to the CAI intake shroud. This was perhaps the most difficult part of the install. We eventually had to cover the rubber grommet with dawn detergent to be able to push it in the hole on the shroud. It’s a snug fit, so be careful not to bend anything. The CAI air filter box then simple snaps back into the location where the factory air box was removed. We then secured the new rubber connection joint to the throttle body and reconnected the vacuum tubes to the tops of the valve covers. After slipping on the intake tube and attaching the cone air filter, we were nearly complete with our install. After carefully reinstalling the MAF sensor and applying the CAI Decals, we reattached the intake lid. After reinstalling the cross brace and reconnecting the negative terminal of the battery, we were done. Our total install time was approximately 30 minutes. Here lies the remains of the stock intake system. Results It only takes a turn of the key to hear the difference between the factory intake and CAI’s cold air system. The cold air intake offers a deeper, throatier sound at full throttle compared to stock. At idle, there’s no difference. On the road this Silverado sounds like a new beast. Air intake noise is much louder and right after pushing the peddle down you can hear a rush of air enter the plenum. While the stock intake is designed to hush the sound of air rushing through the throttle body, CAI’s cold air intake system accentuates it. As a result, the engine sound that comes from under the hood is slightly deeper, has more attitude, and sounds louder. So, does a cold air intake make any difference with how your truck performs? Since we didn't do before and after dyno tests we are not in a position to substantiate any claims of improved performance. There are many independent tests and even members here that have indeed seen horsepower and torque improvements when dyno'd. MPG numbers are a lot more difficult to test, but there are many people who claim improved mileage. What we will say is that as users of various cold air intake systems over the past few years, we have enjoyed benefits from every single one, regardless of which vehicle they’ve been installed on. The easiest difference to spot with the CAI system is how it makes the engine on this 2015 Chevrolet Silverado pop! The stock factory plastic is dull and covers up much of the engine. The CAI intake is slim, well designed and made from quality materials. The clear plastic window shows almost the entire air filter, making inspection a snap. Conclusion Are you ready to make some small changes to your truck that give it a more custom look? Maybe you want your engine to be a little louder and have a touch of attitude at the same time. Perhaps you just hate the look of the stock intake and want to spice up your engine bay. The CAI Intake system solves those issues and gives you a quality made-in-America intake that you can install yourself. This product was provided in exchange for our objective and unbiased review.
  15. 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,
  16. Looking for a good cold air intake for on 16' 4.3L Silverado. I've heard K&N really isn't the leader in this but just does the best advertising. So wanted to see what other owners have used.
  17. I picked up a Volant 15260 for my '08 2500HD, 6.0L with mechanical fan. Volant also sells a 152606 for the truck with the only difference being the filter element. Volant offers a "PowerCore" filter that does not get oiled (Pro 5 filter) and is advertised a lasting longer and performing better. Between the price difference and many an extreme dusty drive, I opted for the Pro 5 filter. The main thing that attracted me to Volant was the box has a cover instead of full open. Like the stock box, the Volant draws air from the inner fender only the hole is larger, AND it also pulls from the front of the box plus another opening in the bottom. Volant sells a down tube that attaches to the bottom of the box and pulls air from behind the bumper as well - I did not opt for this. The install is seemingly pretty straight forward. Taking out the factory unit: Remove the engine cover to access the factory intake tube clamp, remove the MAF housing and set it aside, remove the intake tube, remove the box, and remove the base plate that the box sits on. Installation of the Volant: Bolt in the box (uses holes from OEM base plate), install the filter, install the MAF using the OEM coupler and clamp, install the Volant hump hose coupler (silicone) to the MAF housing and clamp, install the special Volant coupler to the engine side of the intake tube, connect the tube to the hump coupler and secure, connect the tube to the engine intake and secure. *** I did have to trim the fan shroud where the intake tube meets - photos have one shot with the tube pressing against the shroud, and one after it was trimmed *** The issue I ran into is the hump hose is too short. I ended up having to undo all the clamps and run everything "long" by only keeping enough mating surface to cover the clamps on both ends of the MAF housing, and on the hump couple to the intake tube. I took the issue to Volant and they responded by saying the hump hose only comes in one size and the I needed to attach everything in the order in which I already did. My guess is if I stretch the hump -- essentially flattening it to extend the coupler --it may hold, but that is more pressure than I want to put on the clamps plus it does not account for engine torque (would be maxed out on length). For now I am just going to monitor the connections. If they move I will pick up a length of turbo coupler and make my own. Using a DiableSport T1000 to monitor the intake and ambient air temp, over some mixed stop-and-go, with state roads and temps in the upper 90's, the intake temp averaged 6 degrees above the ambient air temp. Driving on the Interstate in low 70 degree temp, the intake was 3 degrees above ambient air. I think both of those numbers are very respectable. I put the stock tune back on the truck to test performance. Engine load barely touches 69% just as it shifts at 6k RPM with WOT. This is pretty normal for my truck with the stock tune. I do not have logging data from the stock tune to compare it to, and I am moving from a stock tire to 35's along with a new custom tune, so the engine load is really all I can point to for hard data. It does feel like the truck revs out a bit quicker, and you can hear a bit more noise from the engine compartment. Other observations: The filter did not come pre-oiled. Volant says the replacement filters are pre-oiled, so I expected the kit filter to be as well. The special coupler for the engine intake looks pretty decent, but you really need to crank on the clamp to get the slotted tube to bite on the engine intake, which deforms the coupler - a lot! Backing the clamp off just slightly makes the coupler look better but also allows the intake tube to slip. The airbox lid uses a Phillips screw driver instead of a torx head. No biggie either way, just a "huh" thing. The window on the airebox lid is nice. The OEM airbox tray says "DIESEL" so I guess someone did an engine swap (yes, before someone comments, it is sarcasm) $25 rebate does not suck. Photos attached...
  18. Brand New K&N FIPK Cold Air intake system for Chevy GMC 2005, 2006, 2007 Silverado Sierra 2500 or 3500 Duramax Diesel. fits Dually too. HD. Buyer is responsible to double check fitment. Brand new item. Just an open box . Never used or installed. Don't be fooled by generic or lesser brands. "K&N 57 Series FIPK intake kits are designed to eliminate air path restriction and deliver a massive amount of air into your engine, resulting in more power! These kits start out with an extra-large, conical shaped high-flow air filter that captures and holds more dirt and flows more air than a standard K&N OE replacement filter. The filter is attached to a rationally molded HDPE tube that's specifically shaped for your application to reduce turbulence and accelerate airflow into the engine. High-strength adapters connect the K&N 57 Series FIPK intake to the engine for a secure and lasting fit. If you're looking for the best-flowing, best-filtering high performance street legal air intake system, then K&N 57 Series FIPK kits are the way to go! This is the easiest, quickest, and most effective way to bolt -on real horsepower and better fuel mileage. Simple do it yourself install. K&N CLAIMS A GAIN OF + 22.04 HORSEPOWER AND +40.58 FOOT POUNDS OF TORQUE This kit sells for $300 after tax. FIRST $190 OR BEST OFFER TAKES IT!!!! WONT LAST LONG ! Can ship depending on zip code
  19. SOLD. Moderators can lock this thread. KN 6.2/5.3L Intake Kit 63-3082 $180.00 includes overnight shipping Offers will be considered. Applications list: http://www.knfilters.com/search/applications.aspx?prod=63-3082 This is off my 2014 and I just switched to a 2016 Silverado and am going a different direction with the setup. Filter is cleaned and I will re-oil it before shipping it out so it will be ready to install when you received it. All hardware included. I also upgraded the hose fitting couplers to the intake tube to metal fittings. I will include the vac tubes for the valve cover as well. SOLD. Moderators can lock this thread.
  20. Good afternoon, We are excited to announce that our 2014-2015 GM truck and SUV intake system is officially scheduled to be release/ for sale in early November! The new intake will have all the great benefits and features/construction as our previous GM truck and SUV intake system and will fit the following vehicles: 2014-2015 * Chevy Silverado 1500 * GMC Sierra 1500 * GMC Yukon/Yukon XL 2015 * Chevy Tahoe/Suburban 1500 You can also see our facebook post!
  21. Performance enthusiast, Cold Air Inductions Inc. is excited to announce that our all new intake systems for the 2014-2015 GM truck/SUV are available on our website at www.coldairinductions.com and are ready to ship. We are offering free shipping for a Limited Time! Get yours here at http://www.coldairinductions.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=512-0102+512-0103 ***For a limited time you can also use gmtruck01 for $10 off our new truck intake system!
  22. Morning everyone, I installed a K&N cold air intake on my 2014 Silverado last night (5.3). Sounds great, throttle response has definitely improved. Two issues: My check engine light is now on, and my factory remote start no longer works. Any idea as to what might cause this? Any assistance would be much appreciated. Thank you, TB
  23. I have an AIRAID 200-985 MIT intake tube for sale that was on my 2014 Silverado 1500 5.3L for a week. I still have original box, instructions, stickers, and parts and pieces. Pretty much brand new. $100 plus shipping or best offer. Please PM to me if interested. So, why am I selling this? The CAI is just not my cup of tea...I tried the Volant unit and returned it because I didn't like the quality and it was too loud for me. Then I tried the AIRAID MIT because of other members recommendation...It is a nice quality unit and installs nicely. It is not as loud as the Volant, but it seems that all of these units have the same issue for me. There is a louder noise during acceleration than the stock air box which I am used to from other vehicles that I had them on, but there is a "growl" when mildly pressing on the gas pedal which I find annoying. So, I am back to the stock air box. BY THE WAY, I have a Banks Ram-Air that is also listed here to sell. I didn't install it, and it is another great quality product, but just decided the CAI is not my cup of tea.
  24. I am purchasing a new K&N cold air intake kit for my truck to primarily try to improve gas mileage (extra power always a plus too). I plan to get the K&N Performance Intake kit with the polyethylene tube shown here: http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/k-n-performance-intake-kit-57-3031-1/17401676-P?searchTerm=intake K&N seems pretty reputable. I also read the polyethylene tube is better than a aluminum chrome tube since the aluminum can heat up from the heat of the engine and decrease the performance of the cool air intake. My question is do I need to buy a different air flow sensor for my new intake kit or will the computer in my truck calibrate/account for the new intake? I also plan to clean the air flow sensor with air flow sensor cleaner during the process. Thanks! Any tips on any of these topics appreciated!
  25. Brand new open box K&N Blackhawk 71-3070 Cold Air Intake Kit. 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Tahoe, Yukon, Silverado, Sierra, Suburban, Escalade, Denali, Avalanche Fits most 2009- 2014 GM trucks....4.8, 5.7, 6.0, 6.2 even the 4.3 This kit was $313 plus tax new Sold as is. just open box purchased from Parts Store. All Parts appear to be there per Rep I bought it from. Just making space in my storage. Instructions included.Buyer responsible for double checking fitment. First $225 OBO takes it!!!! will ship @ cost. Will listen to fair offers. Simplest Cheapest way to bolt on 15- 20 hp. Lots of reviews saying this increases fuel economy too! Will Ship. My zip is 44087
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