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Cold Air Intake and Tuner

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I have a 2011 Chevy Cruze LT1 with the 1.4L Turbo which i have owned for 6 years now and its paid off but no warranty left. It has over 100,000 miles on it but I would like to know which would be the best cold air intake to put on it for both gas mileage and power increase that has a dry filter. Also I want to later on do a tune to it that wont cause any issues. I was thinking about the getting BNR tuner to use for the tune and get the MPFab intake system for the cold air intake but idk if this is the best route to go. Can someone please help me out
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I posted about tunes a few months ago and based on the information I got I decided the bnr was the way to go.

I don't know too many of the names for the CAI for this car, but they're all going to do the same thing, being primarily underhood temp air into the combustion chamber, the larger diameter pipe, less couplings and straighter run would be the best. airflow airflow airflow

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I would add that it seems you do not want a short ram and be careful of puttin' it too low so as to suck up water on a rainy day.
I think im going to go with a short ram air intake though, the MPFab intake system has alot of potential and has tons of good reviews. Plus It has a nice design and has a dry filter which is good so it doesnt mess with the MAF sensor.
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