Many posts on modifications to the already (more than) adequate factory installed cold air intake system. Not as much bling, maybe a bit less noise at WOT, but very effective.
Intake air temperature??? Get a system monitor from www.scangauge.com and plug it into your OBD/CAN port. Monitor any 4 of 12 (or more) engine system readouts. You might be very, very surprised at the REAL OEM intake air temperatures as opposed to your aftermarket magic pipes.
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In this forum there's a search function. I know people say the search function sucks and its easier to just post a topic. In my opinion you should always TRY a search on these kinds of topics before posting. You will find TONS of info in a forum that's been around since 2003.
search terms: CAI + cold air + K&N + Volant (firsts page results)
A few years back, HaveBlue and I took our cars down to several chassis dynos, and did back to back tests of the stock airbox, TonyA modified airbox, Volant, and the K&N. Both the 3.2 and 3.6 cars were tested with identical air boxes (we actually cross shipped the air boxes/CAIs to reduce any variability). I did one further test and compared stock 17" wheels and tires to my 18's for some interesting RWHP loss assessments.
Search "Great Cold Air Intake Challenge", or something similar. The dyno results were also posted.