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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-12-2004 Thread Starter
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Where can I buy a densecharger CAI kit from?

I've looked at a few sites, and i cant really seem to find it anywhere.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-13-2004
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They changed their site and product name recently.

www.TunableInduction.com & www.DeMolet.com

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interesting to also read endorsements on their site.

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Originally Posted by meatball
interesting to also read endorsements on their site.
Yeah, those are classic. You would think they would edit out the negatives i.e. "difficult to install...didn't notice a difference...had trouble."

My favorite is the product brochure for the green filter. Check out page five, first column. I think they hired a third-grader to write it. It reads like a bad - a very bad - research paper.

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still nothing for the 5.0 SN95 though...

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What I want to know is, why the hell there is NOTHING on the old densecharger.com website telling you what happened. I mean, at first I thought the company went belly-up!! I wrote John De Molet an email asking why the disappearing act. There is a significant buzz about "Densecharger" CAI's in every Mustang forum I visit...so why the name change? I mean, who the fu*k has ever heard of "Tunable Induction"??

Why is there no link from the old Densecharger site to the new T.I. site?? Why is there no mention of T.I. being "formerly Densecharger" on the new site?? Why the switch from K&N filters?? Its a piss-poor marketing move...he might as well be starting over from scratch.

Something smells rotten in Densechargerland.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-09-2005
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i wondered the same thing. i love my densecharger though. i felt a nice gain with my kit. no problems with the install either.

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