I think the better choice is Hotshot or PRM?ShoDaymus said:I am looking into getting cold air intake on my 1993 MX6, but I was wondering which will perform better for that vehicle, the K&N Cold Air Intake or the Ractive Cold Air Intake? Are there and spec comparisons kicking around?
From what I recall the K&N filter charger isn't even a true cold air intake. It just let's in more air, albeit warmer air. PRM and Hotshot BOTH have very decent reps, and both use K&N filters. They're just designed better then K&N's filter chargerBigD said:Dude,
I have the K&N filter charger, dont let people fool you,the extra cost is worth it for the K&N. (all I care about is perfrmance, not bling blingen)
I think the new Ractive CAI may actually have a very similar setup to Hotshot. Not that this reflects anything of it's build quality....parisifal said:Neither the K&N nor the RACTIVE are true CAI. SPend some money getting a real one.
Or if you have an MTX: GSR long tube for the I4 and a Prelude CAI for the V6.
Yeah, but last time I check the K&N filter charger wasn't.....Meatplow said:As long as its a stainless steel tube and its away from heat, it's a cold air intake is it not?
It also has to be the right lenght, diameter, bends and have to put the filter in the right location. Oh and it has to attatch to the engine too.Meatplow said:As long as its a stainless steel tube and its away from heat, it's a cold air intake is it not?