planetSlowCar1 said:I'd go with a cheaper AEM over a K&N any day.
But for $129 I SERIOUSLY doubt its a true CAI. Most short rams cost more than that. Your typical CAI goes for around $250-300. K&N is grossly overpriced and not worth it in my opinion. The AEM will probably make as much or more power.
AEM IS a name you can trust.
I used to think the same thing. I bought a K&N 77-series intake kit for my silverado and it installed very very easily. I was working for a company at the time that used K&N as a supplier so I was able to get the kit for $185 which is dealer cost (retail is $266 or so). A friend of mine with a Silverado was going to spend the $266 for a K&N (after I left the company I worked for) but he found the AEM for $243. I said what the hell, it's cheaper and should be just as good. Well the AEM works fine, sounds as good, and should get around the same power but the fit and finish of the K&N was much much better. The bolt holes on the filter shround didn't line up as easily as the K&N. Granted this is just one kit out of thousands and other AEM kits might be different but I'd spend the extra money for the K&N ANY day. They might be overpriced but in this case $23 isn't going to kill me. Sorry for the long post guys.planetSlowCar1 said:I'd go with a cheaper AEM over a K&N any day.
They Might have the blue one cause I just ordered one from that site. If not you can always pick up what you need at Advance auto(usually).17w/rl said:im gonna get the k&n that website looks like it would be sketchy to order when i know i could get a nice trustworthy k&n cai. Im gonna use that aj usa website for 250 and free shipping but im not sure if they have the blue one.