http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=4&ved=0CEAQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.carid.com%2F2011-gmc-acadia-air-intakes%2F&ei=2ewDToK4DdCXtwffr5zmDQ&usg=AFQjCNHZoG-UhgURvh2rSJiRNE_MIeS5SQDatacomGuy said:Soooooo does that mean that they don't exist?
Really, from just installing that air filter it will make the vehicle shift better?, I can see it having a little more power though. I'm surprised there is'nt some "ductwork" going to the fender wall.2007OutlookXESilver said:Yes, there is an intake system I found on EBay (EBay store) last year. I installed it and it works great. I noticed more power and smoother transmission shifts. I got denied from posting the link so go to Ebay and search "Saturn Outlook intake." The price is $129.95 from "autoproswarehouse."
I have a 2007 Outlook XE with the factory towing package. The heaviest I have towed so far is a 2900 lb UHaul dual axle trailer. The tow/haul mode worked great and we moved thru the Central PA mountains with no problem.
How long did it take for you to completely remove the older air filter housing and install the Intake?2007OutlookXESilver said:There was no duct work with this system. It probably pulls some amount of warm air flowing back from the radiator into the intake.
Yes, the shifts are smoother. The might be because the engine isn't choked out by all those baffles and tubing.
One other benefit is that I don't have all those annoying and hard to reach screws to remove to clean my air filter anymore.
You could also make your own system from parts found on K&N's website.