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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


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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!




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