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Old 09-25-2007, 01:21 AM   #21
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how about a gutted airbox.? does that work better then stock.?

also is it chaper like im guessing
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Old 09-25-2007, 01:39 AM   #22
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how about a gutted airbox.? does that work better then stock.?

also is it chaper like im guessing
its virtually free besides the filter of course, but yes it works better than stock, but i dont recall if the airbox you have even needs any gutting, but you can also drill some holes in the front of the airbox to help get more air in.
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Bullet, look at his sig. Not his Avatar.

Yes, gutting the L36 airbox will help.
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oops the name and avatar throw me off everytime
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Old 10-16-2007, 06:51 AM   #25
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i want it to look exactly like the one in the pick

http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/img35.htm
does anyone know which kn part # that is? looks really nice in there, something like that is what im looking for my new bonnie. Also, whats the easiest way to remove the stock air filter in a 2001 SSEi?
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Yes, I know what it is.

I was the first to test fit it. I selected it because of the unique 'fit' required for the 92-96 SSEi'* with the double washer tank and headlight washers. It'* actually an oval base that tapers to a round tip, and is installed to be in the vertical (taller up and down than wide) position.

It'* now on my 95 Supercharged SLE, as my SSEi has a FWI now.

Part number is K&N RX-4750. www.ajusa.com has the best pricing. However, for your car, I suggest an INTENSE FWI first.
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