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Old 04-14-2014, 06:12 PM
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Okay I'm new to everything recently got my 95 blazer 4door 4x4 and I'm looking for parts so to start I'm looking for a intake my friend has a 98 k&n he'll sell me for 100 but will it fit and when I look online (I'm an eBay guy don't judge haha) I can never seem to find for 1995 am I just slow or can I get like a 96 part and it fits in my car
 
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Car designers are becoming more and more adept at creating good, efficient factory intakes. For most engines, an aftermarket intake without a custom tune to maximize its increased air flow is rather pointless. For these engines, you really won't gain a measurable power increase with a cai. Butt dynos mean nothing. I recommend spending the money elsewhere.
 
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thats understood i still personally like the idea of having an intake, its just will a 96 intake fit my 95
 
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No.

95 is cpi,which the throttle body is in front.

yours is on top. it will not fit...if you want a free flowing filter,

take that 100,stick it in your pocket. take 50 back out,and get a k&n filter and drop it in the factory box......just as good as a "cai"
 
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I need help what other ac compressor can I use on my 95 4wd Blazer please help
 
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welcome to the forum.
 

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