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Old 05-16-2004, 08:34 PM   #11
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The air filter is the same the box is not. The Aurora airbox is force fed cold air from underneath the car instead of behind the headlamp.

Its a good system, once I remove the airbox resonator, cap the hole in the tube with a PVC cap, gut the innards, drop in the K&N its good for a good 5-10 ponies, and increased air flow.

My goal is 300 crank HP by next summer, 80mm TB, high flow cat converter and custom headers (if I can). Gonna see what DHP can do for me as well.
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maybe a nice SC after that?
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If I had $6G USD, I would get Ty'* 4.0L V8 turbo...but lets think baby steps for now
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www.4filters.com Located accross from K&N'* place, and free shipping over $35.
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Thanks for the link Jason, that should be a good one for ppl wanting replacment filters, however, big thanks to Twister97 for hooking me up with a filter for my next lil project!
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Twist? Did you have a chance to ship today?
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Yea I will at lunch. Dont worry, it should get there by Wednesday...should. I will let you know after lunch what the Post Office Tells me. Remember, I am on central time.
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Anyone know where I can get one for a decent price, the sooner the better

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http://www.knfilterchargers.com/sear...x?Prod=33-2086
You could try Summit. I got my filter from them.

http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...rt=knn-33-2086

It'* 53.95 before shipping.
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I just checked the shipping and it'* 8.95 USD for domestic and ..... 23.95 USD for international. Sorry man. That get'* you back to the $70 + range, which is what you didn't want.
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Well, I got mine from Fox-Performance.com.

Cost me $36 shipped to my door. Kinda funny how I've had it in for about a month and now I am going to be upgrading to a cone filter with rice pipe... I don't know how these guys work with international shipping though.
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