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Old 04-21-2003, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Does anyone have a write-up or pics on gutting airbox?

I had recently got the K&N air filter for the box, before i found this site and realized that with my other mods i would most likely need a CAI.
Before i get a CAI i would like to at least try the gutted airbox approach and am seeking help for best design.

Thanks in advance for any tech info or testimonials out there!!

(i didnt see anything specific for it in the search engine)
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I shall have some pics posted on my Car Domain of how I installed mine in the next couple of days...
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thats an old post. I appreciate it though. Russianpolarbear, i sent you pics of how i did it didnt i?
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Oh yeah that was you! LOL Oops ...... Sorry mine looks better LOL Jk..
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i bet it does look better now! I took mine out cause i crushed it. LOL you know that 10 inch section that was hanging below the bumper? i flattened it. :( I have 2 3/4" heater hoses routed to teh airbox now. I just want mine dam intake pipe!
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