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Hey All, I'm Mobear from club titan. I am trying to work a deal with mossy perfomance on a group buy for the AEM Brute Force Dry Air . They are looking for 20 people to get onboard and they will offer a group discount. The product sells for $ 273 shipped and we can possibly get for around $230- $240. I am including a picture and Dyno from AEM. It shows gains of nearly 18 hp and 25 lbs of torque all measured at the rear wheels. It's a good deal for a great upgrade. The dry filter is along the same Idea as the K&N filtrers only no oil and a tighter weave. You can look at all the stats at mossyperformance.com . I'll check back to see who is interested. I owe ya'll anyways because without your site I would have payed way to much for my Video system. The 9" screen is so much better than the 7". For htose who are wondering if it is worth the extra. My only problem is whose driving while I'm watching lol. Look forward to your responses. MO
 

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Are these graphs accurate in that you are worse off in hp and torque until over 3,100 RPM?
That;s where I spend 90% of the time.
 

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Thanks for the link. I asked the same question in that thread but still don't buy the answer.

AEMTech claims that due to auto tranny that slips causing the low reading at low rpm. So why do all the stock intakes not show this happening. This is not just from AEM, but from Volant, etc

I have no doubt that CAI's do give more power abouve 3,500 rpms, but all the evidence points to that under 3,500 rpm you are better off stock.

So for day to day driving, what is the net effect.
 
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