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Old 05-07-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
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company of choice?

if you had the choice to choose between the leading companies like, active autowerks, ESS, Dinan, HPF, ETC (missing a lot) to have there exhausts cold air intakes cpu chips and everything (not including superchargers) which company would u want to buy from? Or mix and match with?

1~exhaust
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5~headers
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i'm kinda leaning the same way
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Highline Tuning, Remus or Active Autowerke
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aFe
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Shark Injector
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UUC or Rogue
5~headers
Supersprint
6~everything else
EvoSport Pulleys
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1~exhaust

This AA Gen3 exhaust is a very popular choice



I really like the HKS, its a great product and a full exhaust system as well!




Remus is always consistent



2~intake

aFe will increase airflow and power




This is a very popular choice as well!




3~software

Conforti Chip



4~flywheel/clutch kits

UUC is great for Flywheel and Clutch kits



5~headers

Supersprint again

6~everything else

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whats the difference between the pro 5 r and the pro dry s afe intakes?
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One is oiled and the other is not.

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whats the difference between the pro 5 r and the pro dry s afe intakes?
The Pro5R is an oiled element which offers better flow and performance. However, it does require reoiling when you clean it. The dry version offers better filtration but is more restrictive. It is easier to maintain as it does not require oiling.

Typically I suggest the oiled version unless you are wary of reoiling it in between changes.
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