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Old 11-21-2010, 09:04 PM
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Hey, I'm new to the forums. The name's Nick and I'm a proud owner of a 1994 Chevy S10 blazer (Tahoe LT), and I've been looking around for a cold air intake for it, sorry if this is too blunt for my first post, but I'm hoping that this forum would be a good help in my search. K&N would definitely be my first choice in brand names, but I'm open to anything. Also, I'm wondering how I'll be able to clear the fan guard seeing as the current stock intake has that fold in it to clear the fan guard as it is now.

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Old 11-21-2010, 09:38 PM
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Spectre cold air intake. does the same thing as a kn, and its waayyy cheaper. Its not a knockoff either.

http://www.jegs.com/i/Spectre/865/9901/10002/-1
 
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On my 2nd gen blazer the fan shroud isn't an issue. The filter hangs beside it towards the fender well (DS) where the stock air box used to be. But I'm unfamiliar with '94's, maybe your setup is different.

<edit> Like I said I don't know 1994's but that link is for a '96+, don't know if it'll make a difference. But one thing for sure is = get ready for a really nice throttle body growl out of it!
Another thing to keep in mind is make sure if it's a dry or oiled filter before you clean it! I had a Chrome Intakes one from ebay, got a K&N filter recharging kit & followed the steps. DO'H - the chrome intakes one is a dry filter lol, clean it the same way but do not oil it... oops. That meant a new MAF from the oil that got all over it & after cleaning the MAF 3 times with isopropyl alchohol it still threw codes.
 

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Spectre cold air intake. does the same thing as a kn, and its waayyy cheaper. Its not a knockoff either.

http://www.jegs.com/i/Spectre/865/9901/10002/-1
Yeah that looks just like my intake setup but on the fitments on the top right column it says 96+ whereas mine's a 94
 
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do an ebay search for 1994 blazer cold air intake
 
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