Although a cold air intake will not probably give you any colder air, what it can offer you is a lesser restriction of that air and that can be a benefit over the stock airbox. Greater flow will get you greater HP.
I won't even get Nocturn started on the purported benefits of "ram air" either. Svede has a nice do it yourself intake setup. He can probably link you to his step by step.
I would venture to say most CAI's probably flow better over the stock airbox even with a K&N panel filter. It won't net you much now but look at it as a supporting mod for future ones, (headers, exhaust, heads and cam).
Now if we could just get svede to start manufacturing IAT sensors with an OEM style to replace our slow reacting thermistors in the stock IAT sensor.
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