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Old 02-07-2005, 01:51 AM   #141
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Will the rice pipe option work on a 98 SSEi ? What is the best K&N filter to use for this set up ? Will I need a coupler from the TB to the pipe ?
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Will the rice pipe option work on a 98 SSEi ? What is the best K&N filter to use for this set up ? Will I need a coupler from the TB to the pipe ?
yes, the */C cars benefit more than the N/A

anything that will fit in there, most use the RX 4750 but its not necessary, I have a 9" cone on mine

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Will the rice pipe option work on a 98 SSEi ? What is the best K&N filter to use for this set up ? Will I need a coupler from the TB to the pipe ?
yes, the */C cars benefit more than the N/A

anything that will fit in there, most use the RX 4750 but its not necessary, I have a 9" cone on mine

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this is getting ridiculous...thats why jason is working on making a full webpage on it
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can somebody go through this thread and weed out what isn't needed?
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Old 02-07-2005, 02:32 PM   #146
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Will the rice pipe option work on a 98 SSEi ? What is the best K&N filter to use for this set up ? Will I need a coupler from the TB to the pipe ?
yes, the */C cars benefit more than the N/A

anything that will fit in there, most use the RX 4750 but its not necessary, I have a 9" cone on mine

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this is getting ridiculous...thats why jason is working on making a full webpage on it
I have read most of the "intake" threads , but most everyone is talking about 92-95 vehilcles, or if it is 96+, its usually N/A . The other reason I asked is because I have the black box there instead of the washer resivior, wasn't sure if there was a difference & if the TB was a different size either.
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if you're an SII guy, just be warned that you're going to need about a 4 inch to 3 inch coupler. i had a 3.5, very flexible, and it took two people about 10-15 minutes (and some very sore thumbs) to get it on the throttle body. the 4 would still prolly stretch to get on, but not nearly as bad. i'd take pics to demonstrate, but there'* no way i'm taking it back off, now that it'* on...
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what would work on a 03 ssei, does k&n or a diffrent company just sell a complete kit ?
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Nobody makes a complete kit. 2000SilverBullet may have the best aftermarket option.
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Nobody makes a complete kit. 2000SilverBullet may have the best aftermarket option.
yeah i want the engine to breath better for sure, maybe somone can show me where he got his setup, and what did it end up costing him, im surprized k&n doesnt make a fipk for it
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