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Smile CRABS FPU? gains? is it worth it?

i already have the option 3... Lampoon you are a god for making that possible ha, but now im thinking about getting the fpu as well since im now fully addicted to modding my g6. so what exactly does it do? besides look real nice?
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word on the street is its a LOT less constrictive than the stock tube and its a better material to keep heat better air flow and cooler air

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"The FPU removed the indents in the stock pipe and the squeeze on the 90
the TBI and
replaces it with a true mandrel bent 3" system
That allows 24% more air to flow though the intake.

So yeah the FPU is more than it also increases your lower"
Those are the numbers lampoon gave me
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awesome... next paycheck will go towards that, some eye lids, chrome for my upper window, and a bottle to celebrate! :]
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I purchased option 3 and questioned the FPU for over a year. I have to say I don't have the crabs FPU since I ended up making my own (because I'm impatient). After installing a less restrictive intake pipe the car just breaths a lot better (you will notice the difference).

Bottom line if you can afford it, get it!
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