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Old 11-04-2008, 01:58 AM
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calm... down, i'm open to intelligent criticisms, just not insults.
as far as common sense goes, redirecting outside air into the intake seems like common sense to me; knowing the ambient temperatures at various heights near ground-level does not.
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i have a mod very similar to this but i am using 4 inch AC duct piping and i removed the front box, so the cooler air is hitting the front of the K&N drop in, sorta like a ram air setup.
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its late at night, im blazed as ****.. this has got to be the funniest thing i have read in years.. (yes, i know for this to be funny i must have a dull life)
Old 03-25-2009, 05:13 PM
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update: haven't had any problems and the mod is still held tightly in place without bolts or any adhesives......
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does this work on coupes too?
Old 04-17-2009, 04:46 PM
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yea, all the 03-06 airboxes should be the same. and its not affected if u upgrade to the revup airbox (highly recommended). this will give u better airflow

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i know the airbox is the same but is the bumper and everything equal distances away on coupes as sedans?
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i dont quite understand where you wedged that black piece, you say between the black box and the grille, but it looks like its between that aluminum piece and the foam thats directly in front of the alum. piece...
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got it in there nice and snug on my coupe. fitment pictures:

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i also decided to run a screw through the side of where the pipe meets the airbox, this means ill have to take out the fender liner everytime i change air filters but o well, maybe if its too much of a hastle ill take out that screw next time.

painted the 45* black before putting it all back together:

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Old 04-19-2009, 07:11 PM
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wow that is awesome^^!! nice job, i need to paint my 45* also lol
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thanks for the idea man! to be honest, i dont expect any gains at all, but the extra source of air sure cant hurt at all. and prices must have gone down, i only paid 10 bucks for those 3 from ace hardware.
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i would like to do this, but its seems rodents will try and hide in my airbox to stay warm.
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i would like to do this, but its seems rodents will try and hide in my airbox to stay warm.
are you mocking?....
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Mod the box!!!


The fan will help, but not enough to see any gains. A fan can't push enough air to compare to when you're driving even 35mph... I've tested this plenty before.
a fan will help plenty.....it def. doesn't recreate driving at 70-80 mph+ but it certainly helps dissapate the hot air from the bay.....there is a reason ALL dyno bays have a huge fan in front of there dynos
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Interesting mod. May try something similar. Thanx for the DIY.

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