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Old 10-06-2012, 10:01 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Cold Air Intake

For those of you with cold air intakes installed on your Maxima. What is the usual HP gain after a cai installation? Also, how high is the risk of the engine sucking water in and how to avoid such tragedy?

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Hp gain will most likely be around ~5. You will gain more high end power.

As for hydro locking, it depends on your surroundings. In some places it rains a shit ton and some places much less. I prefer CAI over SRI because the look is nicer (to me) and the sound is much more aggressive.

If you're conscious of your surroundings and know where rain puddles up then you can easily avoid them. Most puddles you'll be fine in, but if you think the water will reach your bumper, don't try it. But if not, coast through it. You SHOULD BE ok. But do that at your own risk. Just avoid the puddles all together and you'll be good.
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:50 PM   #3
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Default Re: Cold Air Intake

My nismo gave me a nice little gain plus it comes with a bypass valve so u can't go wrong
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Hp gain will most likely be around ~5. You will gain more high end power.

As for hydro locking, it depends on your surroundings. In some places it rains a shit ton and some places much less. I prefer CAI over SRI because the look is nicer (to me) and the sound is much more aggressive.

If you're conscious of your surroundings and know where rain puddles up then you can easily avoid them. Most puddles you'll be fine in, but if you think the water will reach your bumper, don't try it. But if not, coast through it. You SHOULD BE ok. But do that at your own risk. Just avoid the puddles all together and you'll be good.
Yeah it doesn't really rain a lot around here but when it does it comes down hard and we tend to get few poddles around where i live.It's kinda risky to do that then. Now, what's the difference between a CAI and a SRI performance wise?
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My nismo gave me a nice little gain plus it comes with a bypass valve so u can't go wrong
How much did you pay for your Nismo CAI and where did you buy it? Also, did you notice a significant diffrence in the performance of your car after the installation?

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Yeah it doesn't really rain a lot around here but when it does it comes down hard and we tend to get few poddles around where i live.It's kinda risky to do that then. Now, what's the difference between a CAI and a SRI performance wise?
There is only two main differences in a CAI and a SRI.

The CAI will give you top end, where as the SRI will give you low end power.

And then the other difference is sound. CAI is deeper, more aggressive growl.
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Originally Posted by Nismo4Life07 View Post


There is only two main differences in a CAI and a SRI.

The CAI will give you top end, where as the SRI will give you low end power.

And then the other difference is sound. CAI is deeper, more aggressive growl.
Nick, what are the gains on a SRI?
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Nick, what are the gains on a SRI?
There is a little debate about that. Some say the exact same gains just in a different area, and some say not as much since your SRI is actually taking in hot air from the engine instead of cooler more dense air from down in the fender.
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There is a little debate about that. Some say the exact same gains just in a different area, and some say not as much since your SRI is actually taking in hot air from the engine instead of cooler more dense air from down in the fender.
Yeah, that's why I was shocked when you said the CAI gains were only around 5hp, I thought that would be the gains for the SRI and the CAI was more around like 10hp.
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How much did you pay for your Nismo CAI and where did you buy it? Also, did you notice a significant diffrence in the performance of your car after the installation?

Thanks...
I bought it a couple years ago from leeparts i think i paid about $225 after a discount i had... i definitely felt and heard a difference it definitely added more torque and hp i also added a rl y pipe that gave me even more power i also put on the greddy catback but lost some of the torque i gained
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I forgot to mention the fact that u can easily switch back and fourth cai and sri with the nismo
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Yeah, that's why I was shocked when you said the CAI gains were only around 5hp, I thought that would be the gains for the SRI and the CAI was more around like 10hp.
It really depends on the conditions. You may get 10hp out of it. Hell, if the day is right MAYBE even 15. Buts that's pushin it. Whichever one you buy, the company expresses how much gain they have through a dyno sheet.

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I forgot to mention the fact that u can easily switch back and fourth cai and sri with the nismo
Same thing with a takeda!
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Originally Posted by fla_boi954 View Post
I bought it a couple years ago from leeparts i think i paid about $225 after a discount i had... i definitely felt and heard a difference it definitely added more torque and hp i also added a rl y pipe that gave me even more power i also put on the greddy catback but lost some of the torque i gained
Thats a pretty good deal you got on your CAI. I usually see them online at around $300.
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Yeah, that's why I was shocked when you said the CAI gains were only around 5hp, I thought that would be the gains for the SRI and the CAI was more around like 10hp.
10 hp it's actually a lot. You"ll definitely feel the difference.
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Thats a pretty good deal you got on your CAI. I usually see them online at around $300.
Leeparts has it for $264 I'm not sure if their still offering discounts
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Filter sits higher than it looks. Just don't try to go 4x4 with it. Normal driving when raining it ain't getting wet. Sits pretty high behind the fender liner. Maybe a small splash drop. Maybe. Unless you planning on driving through a 2 foot puddle should be good..
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Filter sits higher than it looks. Just don't try to go 4x4 with it. Normal driving when raining it ain't getting wet. Sits pretty high behind the fender liner. Maybe a small splash drop. Maybe. Unless you planning on driving through a 2 foot puddle should be good..
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Hey guys ive heard that you need a tune for your car when youre installing an intake...what does it mean by tunning your car?
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Hey guys ive heard that you need a tune for your car when youre installing an intake...what does it mean by tunning your car?
Not for a n/a car. Would recommend one for a turbo car though..
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Hey guys ive heard that you need a tune for your car when youre installing an intake...what does it mean by tunning your car?
tuning your car basically means that they mess with the air to fuel ratio of the engine to get the most power and efficiency out of it. they also digitally enhance some ratios to boost power and efficiency.
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Ohhh ok thanks..im planning to install a nismo cai , do i need to tune my car or not?
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I just put a K & N FIPK on my car. The install was easy and it claims to give you 7 more hp and 7 more ft lbs. It was 193.80 shipped from Kansas. Installation was easy and it looks good in the engine bay!
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BUMP

Has anybody heard of a R2C CAI? reviews? anybody with a sound clip?
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Has anybody heard of a R2C CAI? reviews? anybody with a sound clip?
I researched the R2C and found sparse info on our specific cars. tried to send a message to customer support and website broke down.... wouldn't trust it...
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I keep hearing raves all over about "Fujita" this and "Nismo" that... Which is better for a 6th Gen? I want to buy one tonight but I cant make up my mind which is better.. I definitely want one that can change from CAI to short RAM though especially if the switch is quick and easy.
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