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Which Bwoody intake, and no, Im not asking about the 3.5-4"

I just ordered a BT catch can and am trying to figure out if I want the velocity plus intake which is a short ram, or the 4"

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My only real question, is does anyone have experience with the velocity, and do both of them clear the catch can WITHOUT using the Z bracket

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Re: Which Bwoody intake, and no, Im not asking about the 3.5-4"

I have the short ram intake.
I got that one because I plan to do more offroading with my jeep, so I want my intake away from the puddles, mud and such as much as possible. The other intake tucks real low into the grill area, and could take water pretty easily.

I really like it though, It looks great, seems to work great. And its loud, which I like. You can really hear it when you got the windows down. A quick press of the throttle and it whines quite a bit. I don't know about the catch can fitting with it though, I don't have a catch can yet.
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Re: Which Bwoody intake, and no, Im not asking about the 3.5-4"

Good choice on the BT catch can, intake is really a worthless mod though, as low end torque is worse than stock, and the noise gets old very quickly. Dumped mine and went back to stock, and throttle response was much improved. For worthwhile performance upgrades, get a taper ported TB, Intune with CMR tune which both make a noticable improvement in power, drivability at all RPM and more low end torque, much more important than peak HP at high RPM.
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