March 23, 2007Well I finally got it and put it on. It took about an hour, that's with beer breaks. There is a big difference with this CAI throttle response is great and the power band goes all the way out to about 5500 rpm. And the rubber band affect with the auto tranny is gone,nice solid shifts. And the sound is awsome. Anybody with an 06/07 should get this CAI
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March 23, 2007Nathaniel...
How's about a picture? Is yours an NT? I've been thinkin' about that as my first performance mod. Can't afford the Volant!
March 23, 2007Sooner
I posted a pic in my gallery. Also check out the lower grill. I'm not sure what NT stands for, but if you ment NA yes it is. Maggie at Race and Street has it for a good price. Go for it, you won't be disapointed
March 23, 2007The Airade is a good intake because it blocks hot air from getting into the intake. Helps in the 1st and 2nd gears of the auto tranny. Worth about 2-3 hp and the sound is cool.
March 24, 2007Non asperated would mean it doesn't breath at all. You mean normally asperated.
March 24, 2007Actually I've heard non aspirated as meaning not forced induction such as being turbocharged or supercharged.
March 24, 2007In a sense we're both wrong unless you consider air to be a fluid, which technically it is, but not as it's used in this definition.
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asÃ‚Â·piÃ‚Â·rate /v. Ã‹Ë†ÃƒÂ¦spÃ‰â„¢Ã‹Å’reÃ‰Âªt; n., adj., Ã‹Ë†ÃƒÂ¦spÃ‰â„¢rÃ‰Âªt/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[v. as-puh-reyt; n., adj., as-per-it] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation verb, -ratÃ‚Â·ed, -ratÃ‚Â·ing, noun, adjective
Ã¢â‚¬â€œverb (used with object)
a. to articulate (a speech sound, esp. a stop) so as to produce an audible puff of breath, as with the first t of total, the second t being unaspirated.
b. to articulate (the beginning of a word or syllable) with an h-sound, as in which, pronounced (hwich), or hitch as opposed to witch or itch.
a. to remove (a fluid) from a body cavity by use of an aspirator or suction syringe.
b. to inhale (fluid or a foreign body) into the bronchi and lungs, often after vomiting.
3. to draw or remove by suction.
4. Phonetics. a speech sound having as an obvious concomitant an audible puff of breath, as initial stop consonants or initial h-sounds.
5. Medicine/Medical. the substance or contents that have been aspirated.
6. Phonetics. (of a speech sound) pronounced with or accompanied by aspiration; aspirated.
March 24, 2007Yah! That's what I'm sayin'....
I'm a dentist, and my patients aspirating something is my worst nightmare!
(close as I can get....there is no choking Emoticon!