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Question Cold Air Intake & Performance Chip Installation..?

I was just told the other day that i should get the cold air intake installed first, and allow the engine to adjust to the intake before i put the performance chip in. Is this true?....The shop that does most of my work is a good ways away from where i live, and its tough getting down there during the week. Can i get these components installed at the same time. I dont want to rush the process if it is going to be detrimental to the truck, or cause poor performance. *dilemma*


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