I'm looking into getting either a drop-in K&N filter for my Cruze, or getting a full CAI kit from them. Any thoughts on which will get the motor to respond better? I know they don't work miracles, but if I can get more sound and a little better throttle response, I'll be happy.
It’s a well known fact that cooler air is denser and contains more oxygen. More cooler air result in more power and can get you up to 6-8 HP extra depending on the engine setup. You can easily gain this with high-flow Cold Air Intake system by AEM! It is available for Chevy Cruze 1.4L 2011-2014...
Okay maybe the title was a bit definitive. But I want people to look at this thread.
This thread is a WORK IN PROGRESS. I haven't come to any conclusion, or believe I have done anything to put an end to the intake good/bad discussion. I am just trying to advance it with some real data.
Just out of curiosity, would the gen 2 sonic intake work on a cruze? I'm sure the bolting bracket on the intake from a sonic intake won't line up....but for some reason I like the look of the sonic intake better. Just figured I'd ask, kinda want to go all zzp parts on my cruze.
After hearing about all the crap about K&N and intake this, intake that debate, i have a silly question. As far as K&N goes, What is the difference between the "Drop In", the "SRI", and the "CAI". Kind of silly, and i feel like the first one and the second 2 are unrelated. I have a K&N...
Going to be picking up a ZZP mid pipe + catless ZZP downpipe, a magnaflow custom cat back, and a Injen true cold air intake. Any thoughts? How do you all think it's going to sound? I have still yet to see/hear an upgraded Cruze exhuast unfortunately (in person)
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New to the forums and to my Cruze.
I'm not all that mechanically inclined with the exception of general maintenance and whatnot.
I've been reading here and there throughout the forums and there's a massive amount of info to be learned here.
I'd like to modify my cruze (2LT/RS - 2013)...