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Old 05-31-2004, 08:48 PM   #1
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What do you guys think about this air intake? I'm considering it.....

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...sPageName=WDVW
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i have heard those are to short for our cars
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You want the nose to go right up to you're headlight. If its too close to the engine it will just suck up heat.
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Crazydriver had one, but it'* like said above short. If you had a 9" filter it'd probably work ok, but you'll need a box for maximum goodness. Just go to ricerzone
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yea, go to the zone and pick one of those up. they seem to fit really good for the series 1. pita for the series 2
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yea, go to the zone and pick one of those up. they seem to fit really good for the series 1. pita for the series 2
Ok, well, can someone get me a list of things i need to do this.....

I'm kind-of wary of messing with this kind of stuff
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The intake pipe of course. I cant remember if it comes with straps/clamps.
Air Filter, you can find them at autozone also.
Some type of flexible heat durable coupler to connect the pipe to the TB.
Then a drill or dremel and drill through the metal to connect your IAT sensor to it. Gonna need some grommets also so the sensor dont fall out or something.

Make sure to keep the stock box for at least a month until everything works out ok
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