Maybe someone can help me out about the cold air intake saving gas. I have a '96 Dakota that has a stock air intake that has a heat riser tube that comes off of the exhaust manifold. If I get a cold air intake won't this make my truck run richer(no hot air from the exhaust now)? The computer will lean the fuel back once it kicks out of loop mode and figures out the engine is warm right? But with the cold air intake it will not get the warm air and will run rich. The CAI manufacture is claming an increase in fuel mileage of 2-3 mpg, how is this possible if the truck is going to be running richer?