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Where can you find Detailed Instructions on the internet on installing a performance air intake system on a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2?

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2007-08-28 04:57:35

It depends on how much modifying you need/want to do. To put a

cold air intake on, it is (supposed to be) a "bolt-on" part, so the

instructions that come with the part should suffice. Essentially,

simply looking at how the cold air intake will attach will tell you

what needs to be removed. "Bolt-on" literally means once you have

removed everything it replaces, just bolt it on. Some might suggest

that you change you mass-airflow sensor too. I have not researched

the original equipment compared to what's available. Still others

might suggest upgrading your throttle body (intake?) but again, I

would research the effect this will have on power and fuel economy

before attempting this. Doing all three would result in some

significant improvements in horsepower (I am not sure whether fuel

economy would also be preserved or improved with each). If you do

all three, you may as well get some performance mufflers, and maybe

pipes too (again, if the stock pipes don't provide enough flow as

is). Each modification costs more or less than $300, so you do the

math, $300, $600, $900, $1200 and eat my dust! I just installed a K

& N Air Filter, while I research all of the above to see what

the best fuel economy result is. Of course, having it haul

astronimically quickly is cool too!!!


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