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I'm in the market for a Dynoport can and was wondering where the best deals for them are? It looks like I can get the NON ceramic black one direct from them for $199+shipping. Anyplace else out there worth looking at?
 

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If u have an aftermarket air intake, than that may be a good choice. if u dont have an aftermarket intake u willl loose power because there is less backflow to the engine. a stock engine with a stock airbox will only allow so much air to pass through the engine. now, if u change to a can without changing the intake, like K&N air filters, and u get a can u will get no more power but really jus sound. a engine is a big vacuume, the more air u can feed it with the faster and more powerful it will run. my advice if u get a can would be, get K&N air filters to free up the engine, get a can, re-jet to accomidate the extra air gettin into the engine.

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Don't do it. I ran the DynoPort on a 670HO. It was the biggest POS I have ever paid for. Poor fit, next to nothing for weight savings, power loss and a cheesy sound to boot!! I have tried a DNE, DynoPort, MBRP and nothing is as good as the stock can. The DNE is close and sounds great.
 

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H.O.Rider said:
Don't do it. I ran the DynoPort on a 670HO. It was the biggest POS I have ever paid for. Poor fit, next to nothing for weight savings, power loss and a cheesy sound to boot!! I have tried a DNE, DynoPort, MBRP and nothing is as good as the stock can. The DNE is close and sounds great.
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Thanks for the info guys, it gives me something to think about!!
 
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