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AFE54-10872 aFe Power MagnumFORCE Stage-2 Cold Air Intake - Cold Air Intake, 50-State Legal

Part #: A155410872 | Mfr #: 54-10872

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  • Series: aFe Power MagnumFORCE Stage-2
  • Type: Cold Air Intake
  • Emissions: 50-State Legal
  • Quantity Sold: Assembly
  • Tube Material: Plastic
  • Tube Color/Finish: Black
  • Air Filter Material: Cotton gauze
  • Air Filter Type: Oiled
  • Advertised Power Gains: Up to 7 h.p. and 9 lbs.-ft. of torque; Up to 42% increase in airflow
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Notes: Includes aFe Pro 5R Air Filter; CARB Exempt For 2002-2005 Model Years Only; CARB E.O. #D-550-3
  • Warranty: 2-year AFE limited warranty

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Magnum Force Stage 2 for Trailblazer 4.2L by KC, February 13, 2008

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This thing was very easy to install. I did it at work on my lunch break (1hr.) and had extra time to drive it after I had it installed. For the money, I don't feel like I've gained enough power. I definitely noticed a difference when the engine is still cool, but once the engine gets hot, the difference in power is pretty much gone, at least from a standstill. On the highway, I notice a little difference all the time. It picks p speed better than it used to when trying to pass or just getting up hills. The jury is still out on the gas mileage, because I am on my first full tank of gas since I installed it 2 weeks ago. But, gauging from where my needle is to where my mileage is, I don't think I am gaining much, if any at all.