Originally Posted by ksfrogman
In short, this intake is "sucking in" more air and gas, but proportional to the OEM intake (see dyno), which translates into more power and torque at the expense of gas mileage. If you drive aggressively, you'll pay in the form of poor gas mileage. From what I can see, if you drive conservatively, you can achieve practically stock-like gas mileage figures.
oh great, so you spent $1100 for more performance/sound only to baby it to maintain stock mpg.