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Old 03-29-2012, 06:25 PM
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Re: Air intake cover

I have since switched to a BWoody...but no long term issues. Even in the rain there is not a noticeable increase in the amount of water on the intake/in the engine bay...but i live in Sunny CA so if you have really bad weather I may think about it...but very easy and seemingly effective mod
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Re: Air intake cover

I keep thining if you all say there is really not a problem, then I may just pull that "flap" out, due a K&N drop in, then maybe find some silcone couplers and some smooth hose to connect from the box to the factory intake resonator thats bolted to the t-body. I would think that would give the most flow without the intake noise while keeping the IAT readings happy. All your input is appreciated
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