I like cold air intakes, but a tune offers the most bang for the buck. Burger Tuning is located in Simi Valley which is near L.A.We've been looking around for a local Mazda 2.5T to work on JB4 development. The electornics look similar to several of our other applications so should be a piece of cake. If anyone has one and is in our area, 93065, drop me an email. We'll make it worth your while. email@example.com
Those are both "short ram intakes". A cold air intake, at least in the traditional sense, has a longer tube that extends further from the engine bay (usually down to the bumper where the ambient air is slightly cooler).These are the two that i have seen...so far.
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Basically the same except the K & N uses an aluminum tube and has an actual "air box".
Does Burger Tuning have any experience with Mazda tuning?
I would caution on bring your vehicle in for warranty or routine maintenance work with the intake on. It can vary from one dealer to another on what is consider "voidable". To be safe I would swap it back to stock before taking it in.It will not void the warranty.
This is what I would do, just to avoid having to deal with the headache. The intake box is actually really easy to remove/install. Probably gets easier every time you do it.I would caution on bring your vehicle in for warranty or routine maintenance work with the intake on. It can vary from one dealer to another on what is consider "voidable". To be safe I would swap it back to stock before taking it in.