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I’ve got a question I found a black cold air intake for my gmc envoy should I get it
 

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Most of those aftermarket intakes suck air from the engine compartment - so if this is so with the one you're looking at - it's a lie.

BUT - the ECM will compensate for almost anything you try to do the squeeze a few ponies outta the engine.

One thing the custom intakes do is allow you to hear the intake noise - and if you get jazzed about that - go for it.
 

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Ok thank you I think it is a bit pricey but the other thing is my car is my dad first brand new car. and it is the car he carried me home in as a baby and it has a lot of sentimental value to me and I wanna keep it nice and I wanna keep it in the family until the day I die so idk if it the right choice to go with
 

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In your case , I'd definitely keep the vehicle as stock as it was when Dad drove you to your first home . ;)

Besides , for the most part , stock will last a lot longer than modded .
 

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The vast majority of those post-retail admissions suck air from the motor compartment - so if this is so with the one you're taking a gander at - it's clearly false. Yet, - the ECM will make up for nearly anything you attempt to do the press a couple of horses outta the motor. One thing the custom admissions do is permit you to hear the admission commotion - and in the event that you get energized about that - put it all on the line.
 
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