This FMIC is pretty straight forward direct bolt on and hook up. I believe I got the first FMIC from Ultimate Performance so hit a few snags, but assuming these are straightened out, this FMIC could be installed by just about anyone. I'm doing all my own mods and I would say this easier than the spark plug change and easier than the JT CAI install. I won't go into full install details as it is very straight forward. You will want to dig up the instructions for removing the front end of the car, which is very easy. Put the car on ramps or jacks and remove the old FMIC. The new one bolts into the holes from the original FMIC brackets. Old brackets are removed. On my unit the cold side piping came up 3 inches short of reaching the factory pipe. Also the center mounting bracket was an inch low from mounting up to the plastic cross bar where the front belly pan attaches. (you need to steal one belly pan mount point). These two issues caused some grief but assuming they are fixed install should be a breeze. I ended up bending the middle mount to fit. No problem. And built a cold side extension using a 2.5 OD exhaust pipe that I had to sawzall to size and order a 3 x 2.5 silicone coupler from Amazon. Local auto shops didn't have the part. Also had to trim an inch off the side of the radiator shroud as the IC was slightly off center. The new FMIC is not as wide as stock but is taller. The width and height match really well with the opening in the grill. OEM coolers outside edges wouldn't get much cold air. Driving with the new FMIC seemed to enhance the intake sound just a bit. I'll do a 0-60 test soon to see if it improves my ODB phone app 4.02 0-60 time. Probably see more in the high RPM range that will help my 1/4 mile. Maybe get to the track in October. Stock vs UP FMIC Hot and Cold side piping. Cold is my extension, hot is theirs. Mine looks better. Mounted these should only do about 10 hp peak but probably double that near redline.