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Old 11-09-2010, 11:31 PM
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Question Hmm...Nismo Cold Air Intake installation.

I'm just now deciding if I should put a Nismo Cold Air Intake in my Alti. I want to install the intake system by myself, and I need all of the info possible! I don't want to let a professional do it for me, I don't want to pay the expensive price and I want to learn my car inside and out. So help me if you can.
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Old 11-09-2010, 11:43 PM
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Welcome to the forum. Do a forum search. Intakes have been discussed ad nauseum.
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Very easy install, one of the first parts i installed, took about a half an hour. it is pretty straight forward, just take out the factory intake components (except the MAF sensor) then replace with the nismo components
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i was quoted 495$(can funds) out of my nissan dealership, is that to much $ for this ?
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Old 11-10-2010, 01:17 AM
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The Nismo CAI is pretty eazy to install. The OEM air box is a little challenging to remove if you dont know your way around cars.

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I'm just now deciding if I should put a Nismo Cold Air Intake in my Alti. I want to install the intake system by myself, and I need all of the info possible! I don't want to let a professional do it for me, I don't want to pay the expensive price and I want to learn my car inside and out. So help me if you can.
Does that include install? Because the Nismo CAI is around $350ish.

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i was quoted 495$(can funds) out of my nissan dealership, is that to much $ for this ?
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No not installed, I've found aem cai for 350 but want to stay as nismo as I can.could you recommend where to buy, cuz I'd do 350 no prob for nismo, that being said any 2006 ser mods that have been bought; I'd love to know where everyone has been getting them.
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Old 11-10-2010, 01:50 AM
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Courteryparts.com is where i got mines from.

NISMO R-tune Cold-air Intake - 2002 to 2006 Altima 3.5 SE :: Nissan Parts, NISMO and Nissan Accessories - Courtesyparts.com
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Old 11-10-2010, 01:52 AM
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Thanks guys for all of the help.
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Searching is really helpful to find the answers to your questions, as well as posting them in the correct forums.

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I'm just now deciding if I should put a Nismo Cold Air Intake in my Alti. I want to install the intake system by myself, and I need all of the info possible! I don't want to let a professional do it for me, I don't want to pay the expensive price and I want to learn my car inside and out. So help me if you can.
Lucky for you, I am a professional and would love to learn your car inside and out
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Lucky for you, I am a professional and would love to learn your car inside and out
If you havent bought this just yet, you may wish to consider buying one from me. I am parting out a 2005 SER and guess what...it has a Nismo CAI. If you are interested...just PM me.
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I'm just now deciding if I should put a Nismo Cold Air Intake in my Alti. I want to install the intake system by myself, and I need all of the info possible! I don't want to let a professional do it for me, I don't want to pay the expensive price and I want to learn my car inside and out. So help me if you can.
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