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Should I get the takeda intake, turbokits intake or just wait for injen? I been waiting on this because I feel that injen has the better product but if any else has some input give me ur opinion please cause I want start my mods but idk if I wanna wait for the injen intake
 

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Well quicksilver, they are different sizes. The turbo kits cold air is 3" and the kfx is 2.5" and both of those are different designs. TK is basically 2 symmetric bends in the steel, while kfx has one, about 45 degree bend and the other is more obtuse. Supposivly, the kfx gives you more torque and TK more hp but idk if kfx has dyno results. So going with TK is more reliable, results wise, and kfx would be the cheaper one. In my experience with the TK cai, I'd go with them.
 

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Well quicksilver, they are different sizes. The turbo kits cold air is 3" and the kfx is 2.5" and both of those are different designs. TK is basically 2 symmetric bends in the steel, while kfx has one, about 45 degree bend and the other is more obtuse. Supposivly, the kfx gives you more torque and TK more hp but idk if kfx has dyno results. So going with TK is more reliable, results wise, and kfx would be the cheaper one. In my experience with the TK cai, I'd go with them.
Our intake manifolds are 2 3/4". I personally would be concerned about an intake tube that is smaller in diameter than the manifold.
 

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hey the turbokits intake is a very nice setup awsome sound and u can feel you dont bog out in the higher gears and yes you do get more hp also id go with the tk one plus they have the bracket for the ecu remount
 
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