Well guys thanks for all the replies. I just installed the CAI today, finishing around midnight with a friend who is good with cars and installed his own CAI on his crown vic himself. He did say however that it was MUCH EASIER to install the CAI on his CROWN VIC then on my 2013 GT. Today he had 3 friends over, one of which was also mechanically inclined and actually did most of the work haha.
His dad has all the tools I needed so that was a plus. Personally I have no tools of my own that I know of, my mom hides everything. Also in reply to someones rude comment about having no faith in mankind, I don't have a dad around so even as much as I would like to be mechanically inclined, it is harder for me to learn since I get no help from a father. Anyways it took us the better part of 2 hrs for the install, and as I said, he's done this before, so whoever said 15 minutes is nuts.
Now to the last part. Since towards the end we were in a bit of a rush since it was getting late and my friends dad was coming home from work and would not be happy if he found out we were using his tools, It was a bit harder for me to concentrate when updating my tunes (it is a STEEDA automatic CAI btw). That said, I only hit download on the SCT Device updater program once for ALL THREE FILES instead of individually which I just found out now. Hopefully I did no damage to the engine. I will have to update the files individually tomorrow.
The car is running good, but I don't notice a difference from stock. I'm thinking this is because the files weren't all updated, so we will see how the car feels tomorrow.
2013 Mustang GT DIB Auto, Roush Axlebacks, Bama Tune and Steeda CAI