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Old 01-30-2005, 12:25 PM   #11
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Steve, you need to put your car info in your sig again. The questions and answers above are specific to the 2k+. The autozone intake is a permanent solution for the 92-99 cars.
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Actually the INTENSE tubing is complete smooth inside.
Another quality INTENSE product.
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Hey Rogue, whereabouts on INTENSE'* site is that tubing? I found the one under "Induction/Fuel System" but it doesn't appear to be smooth on the inside...or is it just so close to being smooth it works just as well?
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Rogue, in my sig pic, just to the right of my battery, you see tubing feeding my SC cooling duct. That'* the INTENSE tubing I've seen several install in other applications, including FWI. And it'* not smooth on the inside.
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As an example my car produced up to 7 degrees of KR with an SLP CAI, When I went to FWI it disappeared totally.
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I don't wanna step on toes, but adapting a GP design to a H body never seemed right, always problems. Your accordian tube on that setup wasn't optimum IMO.
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EDIT: nvm, dumb question I answered myself
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As an example my car produced up to 7 degrees of KR with an SLP CAI, When I went to FWI it disappeared totally.
No disrespect.

I don't wanna step on toes, but adapting a GP design to a H body never seemed right, always problems. Your accordian tube on that setup wasn't optimum IMO.
Agreed, but at the time I didn't know any better. The SLP CAI ships with the stock accordian tube, however because it didn't fit I did end up using the INTENSE air ducting when I put it in so that part doesnt figure in to the equation. The CAI just wasn't as good as the FWI in my application.
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