AutoModding Your 2015 Mustang: Intakes

2015 Mustang

We’ve cleared the path out behind your Mustang’s engine with an exhaust, and we’ve made sure you’re getting all the fuel you reliably can with a power programmer.  Now it’s time to make sure your engine’s getting enough air with a cold air intake.  You have a few options for your 2015 Mustang intake, whether you got an EcoBoost or a GT, and we’re laying them all out for you. Continue reading “AutoModding Your 2015 Mustang: Intakes”

Follow Friday: One Year Edition

That’s right, folks, it’s been one year since we started bringing you the best and brightest of the Twitterverse with Follow Friday. To celebrate, we’ve racked up the very best automotive accounts to follow this week. Check them out, follow them, and have an awesome weekend!

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Airaid Intakes: For the Custom Crowd

In the smartphone world, there are two extremes.  Apple takes care of everything.  Their designers have the best possible options for the highest common denominator of customers, and that’s how things are set.  If you don’t like it, you can go to the Android extreme, where everything is customizable depending on preference.  You can even go so far as to root your phone and set things up down to your exact details.  In the world of cold air intakes, Airaid is like Android.  You have options.  Many of them.

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Breathe Easy

An example of a cold air intake from K&NThe engine in your car actually has to breathe in order to run well.  Your car inhales through the air intake system and exhales through the exhaust.  The air intake system is going to be the focal point for this article.

The intake is designed to perform two basic functions for your engine:  get air into the engine and keep the air clean.  For our purposes, we will refer to these functions as flow and filtration. Continue reading “Breathe Easy”