Cold Air Intake Kits From Airaid for 2009 GM's

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Airaid finally has a kit for the 2009 Chevrolet Silverados and GMC Sierra's. If anybody is interested look here.

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Nope, hopefully this will work for the HD's but I'm not real sure from looking at their website. It does list the 6.2's though.
 

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I still didn't see an MIT available for him. :(
 

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i just seen he got a volant, witch is better IMO. :uhoh:

I bet they are comparable as far as flow is concerned as long as the MIT is paired with a quality filter. The MIT/Filter combo is just much cheaper. If you aren't into the CAI for the looks of it, the MIT is the way to go. IF you like the looks, then it's definitely the least attractive option. :thumbs:
 

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i just seen he got a volant, witch is better IMO. :uhoh:

I bet they are comparable as far as flow is concerned as long as the MIT is paired with a quality filter. The MIT/Filter combo is just much cheaper. If you aren't into the CAI for the looks of it, the MIT is the way to go. IF you like the looks, then it's definitely the least attractive option. :thumbs:

I can scatter a Volant on my living room floor if you want to see it :jester:
 

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i just seen he got a volant, witch is better IMO. :uhoh:

I bet they are comparable as far as flow is concerned as long as the MIT is paired with a quality filter. The MIT/Filter combo is just much cheaper. If you aren't into the CAI for the looks of it, the MIT is the way to go. IF you like the looks, then it's definitely the least attractive option. :thumbs:

I can scatter a Volant on my living room floor if you want to see it :jester:

We KNEW you were storing parts in your living room! :willy:
 

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i just seen he got a volant, witch is better IMO. :uhoh:

I bet they are comparable as far as flow is concerned as long as the MIT is paired with a quality filter. The MIT/Filter combo is just much cheaper. If you aren't into the CAI for the looks of it, the MIT is the way to go. IF you like the looks, then it's definitely the least attractive option. :thumbs:

I can scatter a Volant on my living room floor if you want to see it :jester:

Stop talking smack and do it, slacker. Let's see the pic.
 

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