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Old 06-26-2004, 01:09   #1 (permalink)
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Cold Air for 01 Mustang

Does anyone know who supplies a Cold Air Induction Kit for a 01 Mustang and how much it costs?

Thanks for your help.
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Old 06-28-2004, 09:29   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Cold Air for 01 Mustang

Densecharger has a CAI kit for 01 Mustangs. It is all plastic tubing as to not absorb alot of heat like the chrome and metal ones do. They have kits that run from the throttle body down, or just the MAF sensor down, or a kit that come with a MAF sensor.It also comes with a K&N filter. The kit places your filter facing downwards in your side fenderwell. I dont remember the cost but the website is www.densecharger.com .
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Densecharger has a CAI kit for 01 Mustangs. It is all plastic tubing as to not absorb alot of heat like the chrome and metal ones do. They have kits that run from the throttle body down, or just the MAF sensor down, or a kit that come with a MAF sensor.It also comes with a K&N filter. The kit places your filter facing downwards in your side fenderwell. I dont remember the cost but the website is www.densecharger.com .
Thanks, this is the first info I've had on Cold Air - mustn't be popular on Mustangs. I'll let you know what happens....
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