I did see that website however for several months now they've been out of stock. I did google exactly what you did but when you go directly to the site (example K&N ) it shows the only thing available for my car is the original square air box filter. Only company I was able to find was Sixth Element but as a mention they've been out of stock for many months and you know when you have a new car you want Parts ASAP
That's the age-old question that has two answers. Yes, if the part can be proven to have caused the failure in the first place; No, if it did not (but of course the dealer will try everything to prove it the cause). In the case of a cold air intake, they do run a slightly higher risk of causing damage vs. a short ram intake. This is due to the fact they are positioned closer to the ground increasing the likelihood of inhaling water and other muck. The only time a cold air intake would really cause catastrophic damage however is if it actually gets submerged in water. There is an argument for the fact that performance intakes are typically a courser mesh meaning that they might let in a little more particulates than the stock filters. That's also one way they can suck in more air. So, maybe after tens of thousands of miles there may be a little more gunk in the engine; but that is what regular oil changes and oil catch cans are for.
As the title says, just want thoughts on this intake system. Seems you don't need to take the front bumper cover off, and the filter is protected from heat in the engine bay. Can't find a lot of info on this, and wanted to know people's thoughts on how it affects the 2020 turbos.
Ok, so I've been using some aftermarket sparkplug coils for many months and I had zero issues.
Here is the interesting thing.
I didn't even notice this, until a few days ago, when I was cleaning the garage and dug out my old coils.
Just for the heck of it, I put them back in for a day.
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i can hear a weird fluttering noise coming from my engine when I floor it, ive nevwr had this noise and i think it could have something to do with why my cars been acting slower. anyone know what it could be? I do have a cai
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