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Old 11-03-2017, 06:31 PM
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This is at SEMA, I spoke with a Corvette assistant that informed me it will include a CARB sticker and you can install it yourself and not void the warranty.
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Do you have any pricing information?
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They said it should be released Jan Ď18 but did not mention pricing
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WHAT ELSE IS COMING?!?!!?!?!?
Looks like there's a bunch of stuff next to it also....


Intake looks awesome though. Wish it came in carbon fiber.
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This is at SEMA, I spoke with a Corvette assistant that informed me it will include a CARB sticker and you can install it yourself and not void the warranty.
I would think, if itís coming from GM, the install should be MUCH easier than some of those that Iíve watch on the boobtube
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I would think, if itís coming from GM, the install should be MUCH easier than some of those that Iíve watch on the boobtube
It looks like it takes <5 minutes to install lol I CAN'T WAITTTT
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I'll be in for one if it has proven improvement.
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lol.. wonder if it will throw a code on 17 and up..
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lol.. wonder if it will throw a code on 17 and up..
An ECM calibration was released a couple months ago to address that issue on the 17's. Hope it is good to go.
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Doesn’t state if it is Z06 or Stingray/GS application. Ducting does differ between the two. Do we just assume?

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nice, any other performance parts by GM ?
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To belabor the obvious, why isn't it standard on new cars?...or maybe it will be on the '19s?
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nice, any other performance parts by GM ?
Top right shows the carbon fiber braces and bottom right appears to be the brake ducts. I wish someone took a photo of the entire wall though...
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Originally Posted by mikegaan View Post
To belabor the obvious, why isn't it standard on new cars?...
If it is an "oiled cotton gauze" type filter, it may be because it doesn't meet GM's particle removal filtration specs, including "loading up" faster than an AC paper filter.
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Originally Posted by Warp Factor View Post
If it is an "oiled cotton gauze" type filter, it may be because it doesn't meet GM's particle removal filtration specs, including "loading up" faster than an AC paper filter.
But it doesn't affect the warranty?
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Originally Posted by Warp Factor View Post
If it is an "oiled cotton gauze" type filter, it may be because it doesn't meet GM's particle removal filtration specs, including "loading up" faster than an AC paper filter.
I have been looking at the pic. The filter appears light gray or white in color which may mean its a dry filter. Just a guess on my part.

AFEs CAI has two filters that can be used, one is light gray or white which is a 'dry' filter. Would be nice to see the size and shape of the GM filter.

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But it doesn't affect the warranty?
With the relatively small number of people who will install these, it probably will have an insignificant impact on GM's warranty outlay costs.

If it was original equipment, on the other hand, it very well might.

Filters with larger holes can flow better. This has its pluses and minuses.

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