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just read the disclaimer "HORSEPOWER GAINS WILL VARY BASED ON A NUMBER OF FACTORS INCLUDING THE TYPE OF VEHICLE, THE AGE OF THE VEHICLE, AND OTHER AFTERMARKET CHANGES MADE TO THE VEHICLE. NO REPRESENTATION IS BEING MADE THAT ANY PARTICULAR VEHICLE AND DRIVER WILL OR IS LIKELY TO ACHIEVE GAINS IN HORSEPOWER OR FUEL EFFICIENCY" lol
 

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although, it will cut down on turbulence of air intake, and that does help, there is no way it's "better" than any kind of forced air. Air filters screw up air flow anyway. Another BS part.
 

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Aren't those things suppose to create a swirling action, thereby increasing the turbulence for so-called better air-fuel mixing?????

I think on low performance engines running low RPM's, that might have an influence on efficiency, but definately not on any higher performance engines where you want max. airflow.

The new generation of fuel injection systems have such good atomizers, that no other device will give better mixing and will def. restrict the airflow, decreasing performance.
 
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