Does a cold air intake make your truck louder?
Quick answer – Yes. The sound of your car will be louder and more aggressive with a cold air intake. Instead of loudness though, a cold air intake changes the sound of your car engine. You will clearly hear the sound of air flowing into the intake – especially when you rev up the car and then release the throttle. via
Should I tune my truck after installing a cold air intake?
You do not need a tune after installing a cold air intake. A cold air intake will give you more horsepower and torque off the line if installed correctly with an exhaust system that has been tuned for it. via
What noise does a cold air intake make?
Generally speaking, a cold air intake will cause your engine to sound more aggressive. This is because the air coming into the engine is cooler and therefore, denser. This colder air causes the engine to run a little bit hotter, and that translates to a more powerful sounding car. via
Will K&N filter void warranty?
No. In the United States, in order for the manufacturer of a warranted product to void or deny warranty coverage of a repair due to the use of an aftermarket part, the manufacturer must provide proof that the aftermarket part is the cause of the necessary repair. via