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Old 01-06-2014, 07:00 PM   #1
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2014 Cold Air Intake

Does anyone know if a 2012 or 2013 intake will fit on a 2014 4L? I cant find anything online.
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Old 01-06-2014, 07:11 PM   #2
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You shouldn't have any issues installing a '12 or '13 on a '14.

I just installed a URD a couple week ago on my '14 and I'm thrilled with it. It works on '05 plus.
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Thank you very much. Is it a fairly simple install?
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Are you wanting a short ram intake or a true cold air intake? Here's a couple things: A short ram intake, even with the shroud, still sucks in warm engine bay, causing you to lose power air compared to the stock airbox. A true cold air intake will give you the most power increase, at a cost. Since the pipe bends and dips around everything and ends up somewhere near your wheel well, you have a chance of sucking in water into your engine if you go through a puddle, or even just a bad rainy day. I would just pop in an aftermarket hi-flow filter and be done with it. I hear good things about the AFE dry ones.
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Thank you very much. Is it a fairly simple install?
Yes they are one of the more simple upgrades to install.
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Thank you very much. Is it a fairly simple install?
It was slightly intimidating because you have to cut a hole in the radiator support for the pipe to pass through. It's really no big deal though. Other than that it is a very simple install and URD has excellent customer support. It is a true cold air intake so the filter sits in front of the radiator. URD offers water shields and pre-filters if you are worried about water like mentioned above.
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