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To answer everyone’s questions prematurely, here are the benefits over the AEM and K&N.

1. It has an intake resonator to keep it from droning so the MAF signal doesn’t go wild under high load.

2. The piping thins out where the MAF is connected so it reads higher, that way the AFR stays more fuel rich instead of going lean.

3. The cone filter pops in and out of the assembly so you can clean it without unbolting the whole housing every time

4. The housing is fully sealed instead of open at the bottom so it only draws in air from the front, the other Intskes are open under and have a little bit of heat soak.

5. The plastic is heat resistant to prevent heat soak.
 

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Looks clean! Any noticeable audible change or change in power?
You can feel a tad bit of power and feels like “smoother” if that makes sense at all. They also provide dyno graphs. I noticed most too when I really step on the it’s a tad more fuel rich than stock because of the shape of the intake so it’s almost like having a sport tune.

for sound you do hear it whoosh but no hum of the AEM/K&N. I did like the droning noise but it made the MAF go wild.
 
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