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      04-30-2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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Will an intake + exhaust increase or decrease gas mileage?

Just wondering, I would love to get the aFe (or injen) intake + magnaflow cat back exhaust and was wondering if it will (with normal driving) increase or decrease the gas mileage that I get now (which is not that good compared to other more gas economic vehicles but I don't care).

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(i get about 380-400kms per tank, very minimal highway driving).
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increased, at least for me. I have injen intake and magnaflow. I even drive with a worse foot. I use to get 19 mpg, and now I get 22.5. I take the same path everyday.
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      04-30-2012, 04:36 PM   #3
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So you got better gas mileage? That's pretty good, all you did was the intake and the cat back?

Thanks a lot.

I'm just trying to decide which intake I want, the BMW performance one is too much, may get the aFe

What should I get the oiled or dry one? What's the difference. I drive in a regular area, average pollen amount not too much dust around or anything.
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So you got better gas mileage? That's pretty good, all you did was the intake and the cat back?

Thanks a lot.

I'm just trying to decide which intake I want, the BMW performance one is too much, may get the aFe

What should I get the oiled or dry one? What's the difference. I drive in a regular area, average pollen amount not too much dust around or anything.
My MPG increased with the AFE stage 2 intake ( which is for sale in the FS section ) I saved even more gas when i had the BMS powerbox paired with the intake.
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