No, I'm pretty sure the sticker only gives you 1HP. but every little bit helps.Originally posted by fnfalman
Only if you apply the factory-issued sticker.
Do you get any better gas mileage? My brother in law has one on his Tundra. I think he said it added 14-15HP to his IIRC, but he said he can't really notice it unless he really guns it...Originally posted by Berto
I got mine from the local auto parts store.
If you're looking at the whole filter,tunnel heat shield thing (Filter injection performance kit),you might see as much as 8hp gain.The stock filter replacement style ones are more honestly as much as 5hp gain depending on the engine.
THey work,but it's similar to the feel of driving on underinflated tires vs fully inflated...there's a little more spunk,but not earth shattering power gains.
I have a K&N series 63 FIPK Air Intake in my 98 Silverado and 96 Impala SS. Both have served me well. Combined with a good exhaust, they have given me better performance and slightly better mpg. It is important not to over oil the filter, for the above stated reasons; I have never had a problem. I do plan putting one in my 05 Tahoe. A retailer with a great selection is http://www.stylinconcepts.com/Originally posted by GoreLicks
I might hold off. I appreciate the info fellas.
Also, would the deckplate mod in and of itself be an advantage or do you need the intake to make the difference?