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I like the AFE Stage 2. Big mutha, sounds great. :)
I don't want to get this too off topic but it might interest the OP anyway.
Can you still the induction roar of the exhaust noise over 4000 rpms?
 

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The LMI intakes are pretty good, they are available on the other forum, I bought one at a 3rd of the cost of the Mopar.


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I simply pulled the airbox and cut out a 6"X6" section on the front below the filter. Looks normal upon casual inspection but gives that classic CAI sound when you step on the go pedal. Makes the 300 sound good and cost $0.00
 

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I have a SpeedLogix CAI. It bought it with my Trinity as a "package." It just sounds and looks good, but probably one of the CAI's that is actually worse than the stock airbox for performance, lol.
 

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I have an LMI True CAI in my car now. I do have an AFE CAI that I had before available for sale.
 

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I went with the K&N Typhoon and couldn't be happier with the performance and the sound!
 

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LMI Hammer design FTW....
 

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To each their own, but I wouldn't spend more than 150$ on something called Legmaker Intake, sounds like its made in Mr Legmaker's garage. And if everyones gonna start telling me its the only TRUE Cold air intake for our cars the STOCK intake is fully "cold air" and really shouldn't be changed unless you want more noise, which is what I wanted and why I spent 350$ on a k&n blackhawk. You didn't cheap out on the car so don't cheap out on the parts :)
 

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Soooo... can't speak for Gen 2's... but the Airhammer design (of which I run an original not an LMI) was one of the only ones to make power on the dyno, unlike the K&N that lost it inspite of bold claims. I certainly hope that on the Gen 2 at the next intake face off event on LX the K&N actually up's their game and produces at least the same HP as a stock box! As for noise... think the AH design is one of the most aggresive sounding intakes on the market... and finally the TRUE cold air intake makes little difference other than at idle when IAT's will creep a little slower than an 'in the engine bay' intake. The second you step on it the IAT's are ambient anyway... agree with you there.
 
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As you said to each your own.. We try to help here.. save you some $$ by not buying twice if nothing else.. some of the fastest 9 sec-10 sec cars run Legmakers.. None that i know of Have K&N's.. Maybe other brands of cars but not ours. they just don't work.. and yes i started with a K&N as well(Accually gave it away).
 

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As you said to each your own.. We try to help here.. save you some $$ by not buying twice if nothing else.. some of the fastest 9 sec-10 sec cars run Legmakers.. None that i know of Have K&N's.. Maybe other brands of cars but not ours. they just don't work.. and yes i started with a K&N as well(Accually gave it away).
Amen! Lol... I gave my old one away as well! Lol Great minds think alike!

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Buy my K&N

Does anybody wanna buy my K&N so I can get a LMI Hammer or True ??? I think I like the True, how tough is the filter cleaning ??? You gotta pull the front bumper cover to get to it ???

Is the True somewhat quiet ??? The K&N is pretty loud about 300rpm or so and I like that.
 

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For sound there is no comparison...hands down hammer design...the true sound good too though. I personally was using an airhammer (now heading to Fisch) as i didn't want to pull any water in during the wet Florida summer months! Either way your getting a great unit!

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