Aps cai

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  1. wkhairul81

    wkhairul81 15 Year | Platinum

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    anyone want to let go APS CAI65mm.PM me
     
  2. NeniNeniBoBo

    NeniNeniBoBo Senior Member
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    Y not choose the 70mm?? I heard some senior said 65mm is almost same with our stock one. Anyway, wish you get your item. :top:
     
  3. wkhairul81

    wkhairul81 15 Year | Platinum

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    if 70mm need to retune:stupid:
     
  4. NeniNeniBoBo

    NeniNeniBoBo Senior Member
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    Yup if 70mm hv to tune. But if 65mm aps cai i prefer don't change your stock 1, not much different i think. Unless ur stock 1 is time to retire.
     
  5. wkhairul81

    wkhairul81 15 Year | Platinum

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    oo.ic.what the best cold air intake for our scobby?
     
  6. NeniNeniBoBo

    NeniNeniBoBo Senior Member
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    For me, APS cai 70mm but hv to retune. If ur stock intake still ok, no nd change; if spoil edi only change to APS(65mm or 70mm depend on your budget)
     
  7. Scourgebk

    Scourgebk 15 Year | Platinum

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    The APS 70 mm is a little steep in terms of pricing but worth every cent. You need to tune it once installed so don't push your luck without the tuning......

    Not to mention the sound when you accelerate..... damn fierce....
     
  8. blue.taxi

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    yeap... if can wait for more budget go for the 70mm APS CAI. the 65mm no much diffrent.
     
  9. huakenny

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    i got new, if wan then let me know

    cheers
     
  10. BlueTezza

    BlueTezza Senior Member
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    Isit true that 70mm is better than 65mm ? coz im using 65mm leh...if like that better change to 70mm one i think...And how if not retune it ?
     
  11. huakenny

    huakenny LB Performance
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    bigger is better ma.,..haha :)

    wait u change turbine la...then only 70mm...lolz
     
  12. BlueTezza

    BlueTezza Senior Member
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    Nice idea also..then wait next time change turbine 1st lar..maybe not using aps also...direct oledi..btw, what's the difference price for 70mm ? pm me..thx
     
  13. huakenny

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    difference not much bah kalau kau.......
     
  14. ayla

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    To make your money worth, Aps65 also need to retune. Or else dun change it. You might not like the slight lag if not tune.

    Aps70 is the better option in terms of performance and value for money :biggrin:
     

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