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It would be ok if you just started it in your driveway, just tape the panel filter on the end. lol.
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Old 10-27-2009, 10:58 PM
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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

looks good matt. why don't you try painting the outside of the pipe mirror black!
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looks good matt. why don't you try painting the outside of the pipe mirror black!
I think I'm going to wrap the pipe with heat wrap. It's not like I have to look at it. Only when I do oil changes/maintenance, and when I occasionally wash under hood. I'm not taking it to any car shows or anything like that. Just looking for function. If I decide not to do the wrap I'll just paint it a flat black.
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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

Matt, just buy a Bwoody CAI man! You can find deals on them.



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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

what is this wrap that you speak of?
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Old 10-28-2009, 03:32 AM
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Matt, just buy a Bwoody CAI man! You can find deals on them.



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Why have a BWoody when I can have an MWoody! lol

ehh, I just like anything that's DIY. I'm getting ready to spend over $1,000 on my stereo, so hell I may as well save a few pennies here

Plus, dry filters > oiled filters. I would have purchased a dry filter anyways had I gone with the BWoody.

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what is this wrap that you speak of?
It's some sort of high-temp installation wrap. Keeps the tube cooler, therefore the air cooler. Not sure how much of that is BS though,
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Old 10-28-2009, 03:39 AM
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It's some sort of high-temp installation wrap. Keeps the tube cooler, therefore the air cooler. Not sure how much of that is BS though,
I got your back.. It's called DEI Cool Tape and it's pretty cheap you get a roll of it. It won't stick on bumpy surfaces like (ie) a plastic k/n intake tube but it sticks very nicely on metal and I would assume smooth plastic surfaces. Before I was introduced to the wonders of the bwoody, well, I had a metal intake. It was getting so hot I actually talked to Milous about it and he recommended the cool tape. I ordered some, wrapped the tube up and it greatly reduced it's temperature. Pre-tape, the tube was too hot to touch. Post-tape it was definitely warm but you can just tell that there was a reduction in heat.

Buy this cool tape if you have a metal intake already and want to reduce heat. I might even put it on the bwoody, no reason not to but it's painted and I kinda like that...

Here is the AEM wrapped in the tape:
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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

i tried this about a month ago when i originally saw this thread, i tried 4 inch pvc, but it wasnt linning up right and it looked bad with the huge ends, i dont understand what kind of pipe you used? or did you just use pvc and shave off the ends ? The two biggest problems was coming off the TB with a 90 degree it stuck out over the radiator fan, so it didnt line up to go down toward the fender, and the filter didnt fit 4" pvc. i would like to try this again if i can find the right pipe, i may have to go with 3 inch although i would much rather go with 4.
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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

well i figured out how to do my 4" pvc intake.

Here are the pictures.. i have to trim it , its dark now, and i just got back from lowes. I'm going to paint it either silver, or black for now.. my jeep is silver.

What do you guys think.. construction as well as color?
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Re: "Mwoody" Finished product

how do you attatch the sensor into the new intake? anyone know or have ideas?
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Old 10-28-2009, 07:24 PM
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I got your back.. It's called DEI Cool Tape and it's pretty cheap you get a roll of it. It won't stick on bumpy surfaces like (ie) a plastic k/n intake tube but it sticks very nicely on metal and I would assume smooth plastic surfaces. Before I was introduced to the wonders of the bwoody, well, I had a metal intake. It was getting so hot I actually talked to Milous about it and he recommended the cool tape. I ordered some, wrapped the tube up and it greatly reduced it's temperature. Pre-tape, the tube was too hot to touch. Post-tape it was definitely warm but you can just tell that there was a reduction in heat.

Buy this cool tape if you have a metal intake already and want to reduce heat. I might even put it on the bwoody, no reason not to but it's painted and I kinda like that...

Here is the AEM wrapped in the tape:
Awesome info Ryan, I appreciate the leg work!! DEI Cool Tape link bookmarked!!

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i tried this about a month ago when i originally saw this thread, i tried 4 inch pvc, but it wasnt linning up right and it looked bad with the huge ends, i dont understand what kind of pipe you used? or did you just use pvc and shave off the ends ? The two biggest problems was coming off the TB with a 90 degree it stuck out over the radiator fan, so it didnt line up to go down toward the fender, and the filter didnt fit 4" pvc. i would like to try this again if i can find the right pipe, i may have to go with 3 inch although i would much rather go with 4.
I went with the thinner of the two types of PVC. The 90 off the TB, then two 45's to put the tubing back in line.

I went with an Amsoil filter. They have all of the measurements of their filters on their website. I'm sure you'll be able to find one that fits.

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well i figured out how to do my 4" pvc intake.

Here are the pictures.. i have to trim it , its dark now, and i just got back from lowes. I'm going to paint it either silver, or black for now.. my jeep is silver.

What do you guys think.. construction as well as color?
Looks perfect!!
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Old 10-28-2009, 07:25 PM
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how do you attatch the sensor into the new intake? anyone know or have ideas?
I'm going to finish mine when my filter gets here, but mzh29 (Matt) posted a few ideas in replies somewhere on this thread.
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