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10-01-2007 05:02 PM
spgproject
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I changed back to a stock air box with a drop in K&N. Dynoed the same as with the lower intake pipe.
end of discussion right thar.
10-01-2007 01:23 PM
Topher
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...how about PM's?

Don't ban me.
10-01-2007 12:59 PM
Palmer ...how about PM's?

10-01-2007 12:54 PM
Topher
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Originally Posted by Moonracer View Post
Silver sedan with gray interior and auto trans
Damn it.

I need a wagon 5sp.

Got anything?
10-01-2007 12:40 PM
Moonracer Silver sedan with gray interior and auto trans
10-01-2007 11:57 AM
JK Wagon? Good price?
10-01-2007 11:30 AM
Moonracer yep the wake came over the hood of his car. We bought it back from the isurance company and have it running now. we are going to drive it ourselves for quite awhile and then sell it when we feel everything is safe to go. when the other truck came by it filled the floor with water and shorted out the seat memory module along with the alarm module. With all of this they totaled the car.
10-01-2007 11:26 AM
Palmer Up to the hood?


Dang.
10-01-2007 11:23 AM
Moonracer We have a car sitting in out shop in Iowa City that the isurance company just totaled. It's a 04 9-5 Areo. The customer was driving through a flooded under pass with the water just up to the bottom of the side skirts when a truck driving too fast through it caused a wake that went up to the hood and sucked water into the engine and hydrolocked the engine. He then got out of the car and didn't shut the door and another truck came around and passed him filling the floors with water.
10-01-2007 10:39 AM
Passenger 57 Does anyone sell the heat shield and pipe without the filter??? I already have a filter.
10-01-2007 08:08 AM
93nut
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Originally Posted by sleet View Post
im a little confused on your statement? what tube attached to what? i have my air ducting on the side of the cone filter. its not "attached" to anything, just routed from the bottom in that open area to get cool outside air then have it blowing right at the side of my cone filter.
OOOH! Thats awsome and safe. Smart thinking. I thought you had the hose directly connected to the end of the cone filter. I WAS confused.
10-01-2007 07:24 AM
Legit As of right now, I'm keeping it in the original place.

This is actually a very helpful thread, thanks everyone!
10-01-2007 07:22 AM
moose this is your safest bet and it works well.
10-01-2007 06:59 AM
sleet
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That's great way to do it. The suction will come from the closest opening of the least resistance. So your actually pulling most of your air from the sides of your cone filter, not the tube you have attached to it. Looks good though.
im a little confused on your statement? what tube attached to what? i have my air ducting on the side of the cone filter. its not "attached" to anything, just routed from the bottom in that open area to get cool outside air then have it blowing right at the side of my cone filter.
10-01-2007 04:29 AM
NahumCC Liking the heat shield there. I haven't done anything with mine other than leaving it on my table since the td04 swap. Don't know quite what I'll do with it yet.



10-01-2007 02:28 AM
jacky1982 Thanks for this valuable thread!

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09-30-2007 11:34 PM
93nut That's great way to do it. The suction will come from the closest opening of the least resistance. So your actually pulling most of your air from the sides of your cone filter, not the tube you have attached to it. Looks good though.
09-30-2007 09:12 PM
sleet i made a duct to my custom intake that i wanted to leave up in the bay for the security of knowing im not suckin in any water but i wanted cooler air so i made ducting out of a 4 inch diameter flex pipe i got from lowes for only couple bucks. expands to 18 inches. heres a few shots i took...





oh and also my heat sheild now looks like this
09-30-2007 07:47 PM
Saaboy but itll be cool...
09-30-2007 06:25 PM
Heath I have a duct where my pass. fog light used to be. It was broken when I got the car so I fabricated a duct with a hose that routes air to an open air filter that is boxed/insulated. I've driven in damn hard rain with no issues.
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