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01-19-2015 07:13 AM
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Cold Air Dam Intake System for Cadillac CTS-V

One of the easiest ways to get more power from your engine is to dump the OE air filter and air intake system and replace them with high-flow aftermarket parts. Aftermarket air intake systems increase airflow to your engine. This is desirable because increased airflow allows your engine to burn more fuel, and more fuel equals more power.

We would like to tell you about the option for your Cadillac CTS-V 2014 from AIRAID. The AIRAID Cold Air Dam intake system ensures that only cooler air will reach your engine's air intake. It replaces your factory air box with a specially designed enclosure. The enclosure contains a large, free-flowing SynthaFlow or SynthaMax AIRAID filter, with a huge air inlet to increase airflow to the engine. But the magic occurs when your hood is closed, because that's when the Cold Air Dam enclosure seals against the hood and forms a large capacity airbox that shields the air filter from engine heat. The combination of large, free-flowing air filter and generous capacity, isolated airbox results in great quantities of cool, dense air funneled to your engine.

Each filter is over 99% efficient, meaning it allows more airflow while filtering out dirt particles ordinary filters let pass. You get better performance without sacrificing air filtration.





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