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Intake & Injen Cpe Fix---- NOW ONLY $275.00 plus shipping.
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Is that a shield for the filter i see?? Where did you get that? Also do you know if that will fit around the CPE filter?

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Is that a shield for the filter i see?? Where did you get that? Also do you know if that will fit around the CPE filter?[/b]
The shield came with the intake, not sure where to get just the filter shield? As for it fitting around the CPE filter I am not sure, there is plenty of room left over with the injen filter installed so I would imagine the CPE filter would fit but I am just guessing.
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lookin for an MAF customizer....still got it?

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Yes I do have it, but I don't really want to separate the intake and CPE..
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Replied to your PM.

One question- I'm assuming the answer based on what you are selling, but it's still worth asking- is the CPE box tune for an aftermarket exhaust?
You mention that it's set to use 93octane. Is that a necessity and what kind of advantage does it give?
I guess that's two questions.

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One question- I'm assuming the answer based on what you are selling, but it's still worth asking- is the CPE box tune for an aftermarket exhaust?
You mention that it's set to use 93octane. Is that a necessity and what kind of advantage does it give?
I guess that's two questions. [/b]
CPE and Injen both recommend 93 octane with their products to get the most gains, although I have used 87 with no problems other than small loss of power on acceleration. And no it was not tuned to an aftermarket exhaust.
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CPE and Injen both recommend 93 octane with their products to get the most gains, although I have used 87 with no problems other than small loss of power on acceleration. And no it was not tuned to an aftermarket exhaust.[/b]
Last question: what year vehicle was the CPE MAF box designed for? [@OP/SteveSpeed]
If not a 2005 (like mine) is this compatible? @anyone

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