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I installed my Brute Force CAI today. It really made the Magnaflow better, more air in means more air out. I hope to see some gains in mpg as soon as I can get my foot off the pedal. It was a simple install,a few missing steps in the instructions but easy enough to figure out. Here are some pics before and after. It's a Hemi.
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Looks good. I have one (love the oilless filter) on the Wrangler and the install was pretty damn detailed w/ tons of pics. I'll deffinately get one for the Commander here sometime soon.

Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking? Summit was the cheapest for me.
 

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Looks fantastic. I can't wait to install mine. Now, I know it will look excellent and allow more air into that monster. Great pics. Thank you for them. :D .
 

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another chris said:
Looks good. I have one (love the oilless filter) on the Wrangler and the install was pretty damn detailed w/ tons of pics. I'll deffinately get one for the Commander here sometime soon.

Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking? Summit was the cheapest for me.
I bought it from here, AUTO ANYTHING.
http://www.autoanything.com/air-filters/61A2053A0A0A2556670.aspx
 

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Installed the AEM today (5.7 Hemi) .... It's quiet up to 2000rpm.... Nice growl at 3000RPM....... 4000 to 5000 RPM - who needs a Flowmaster? Sounds like you're at the track!
 

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Deffinately recommend the aem brute force cai!!!
 
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