Florida 2018-2020 Mustang GT 5.0 JLT Cold Air Intake CAI

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    #1 Ricker, Mar 13, 2020
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    FS: 2018-2020 Mustang GT 5.0 JLT Cold Air Intake CAI

    It is in excellent condition and was on my 2018 GT for less than 2000 miles. I went with a CJ setup, so I can't use.

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    No parts are missing?
     
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    No parts are missing, everything you need is included. You will reuse you factory airbox bolt to retain the JLT airbox.
     
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    this requires a tune , right ?
     
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    #6 Ricker, Mar 14, 2020
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    Yes, a tune is required. It makes a notiable difference in power and sound.
     
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