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Old 08-26-2014, 01:38 PM
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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

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Id say the gains are minimal if any at all in both mpg and hp.
If anything intakes on these Jeeps are more so for sound and engine dress up.

I couldn't disagree more...but to each their own...I've already seen a 1-2mpg gain in 2weeks


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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

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I couldn't disagree more...but to each their own...I've already seen a 1-2mpg gain in 2weeks


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Mauser unless you totally changed your driving there's no shot you saw gains like that
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Mauser unless you totally changed your driving there's no shot you saw gains like that

Well the readings in my dash are fluctuating between 19 and 20mpg...before they were between 17-18mpg...do t how accurate that is but that's what I'm going by
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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

Mopar CAI here and I like it. Thinking about doing a custom add on for more forced colder air.ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1409084096.031292.jpg


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Mopar CAI here and I like it. Thinking about doing a custom add on for more forced colder air.Attachment 45011


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Looks great...did u have any problem putting the lid back on when finished? For some reason on mine, the lid doesn't fit snug back on...the piping is a bit higher now going into the throttle body...also I'm kinda new at this, but what is a custom add on for more colder air exactly?


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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

Mine fits pretty good did you cut the cover on that side? Well I was thinking of a way to get colder air into that area like the stock box has the opening between the hood and headlight. Once you pull that it's just kinda open so I wonder if air is getting lost.. Just a random tonight I had about it


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Mine fits pretty good did you cut the cover on that side? Well I was thinking of a way to get colder air into that area like the stock box has the opening between the hood and headlight. Once you pull that it's just kinda open so I wonder if air is getting lost.. Just a random tonight I had about it


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I was thinkin about cutting a small notch but I'm on a lease and if I decide to not keep it, I didn't wanna cut it. Ur random thought is pretty insightful...good idea but how would u fit that stock box back in or something similar to it?


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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

Looks like the stock air intake is a true cold air intake, while the aftermarket ones are hot air intakes : <(
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Looks like the stock air intake is a true cold air intake, while the aftermarket ones are hot air intakes : <(
What you said...
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Re: 2014 Altitude intake

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I was thinkin about cutting a small notch but I'm on a lease and if I decide to not keep it, I didn't wanna cut it. Ur random thought is pretty insightful...good idea but how would u fit that stock box back in or something similar to it?


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Prob mod something else I wanna keep the stock stuff for down the road. Maybe find a junked one or something. More or less just need the plastic pipe


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Prob mod something else I wanna keep the stock stuff for down the road. Maybe find a junked one or something. More or less just need the plastic pipe


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I hear ya...good luck and let me know how it turns out...give me more ideas to do...lol


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