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    Default Cold Air Intakes

    So what's the nitty gritty on the various cold air intakes, does anyone have any feed back on the AFE, Volant or S&B cold air intakes for a 2007 NB 1500 Silverado 5.3L or recommendation/suggestions on what has the best GAINS. THanks

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    Since I really don't know much about the mechanics of things, I asked my father-in-law who is an automotive distributer rep which CAI to put in my Duramax. He suggested the AFE Brute Force, which is a dry filter intake. Now, I hope it's not just all in my head, but I seem to be able to feel a horsepower gain with it when pulling my boat. I haven't tried pulling the 5th wheel yet but I'm eager to try. I'm thinking that when I put in a new cat-back exhaust the hp gains and mileage improvement will be more noticeable.
    2004 Duramax, 4" Tuff Country EZ-Ride Suspension Lift,
    Toyo Open Country MT tires
    2007 Cadillac Escalade, 20" Proxes S/T tires (Wifes)
    2008 Cobalt 222 Boat

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