Does an air swirling air insert need a cool air intake or is it just its own seperate part?
I am completely lost when it comes to performance parts for trucks...help! lol
- Lemar JLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's a separate part. One is independent of the other.
I wouldn't waste my money on something like the Tornado or those other inserts unless your vehicle was made before the 1990's. I tried them on 5 vehicles ( they all used the same sized Tornado) and got no improvement whatsoever!!! Did lose gas mileage in a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer.
- Chris HLv 61 decade ago
Don't waste your money. Those things are garbage, no improvement at best and minor reduction in performance and economy is possible. Car designers have known all about airflow for a very long time and these crummy ad-ons do nothing worthwhile, Same thing with the magnets on fuel lines. All these things are just a method of separating suckers from their cash.
Cold air intakes are good.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
It's meant to be installed into the stock intake.But, do these things really work ?