I just finished the CAI duct project yesterday and I'm painting the bezel surrounds now to match the pearl black. I'll post pics of the install tomorrow.
Really happy with the results, it pushes a ton of cool air directly into the Hennessy filter as well as the engine bay. Also, I must admit the aircraft duct I installed in the front lower vent looks very cool, sort of a functional/industrial style!
I'll also post a link to the parts used in case others want to give this a try. The install took about 2.5-3 hrs (excluding painting) and cost under 100 bucks!
This is a good solution for those who don't want to go the Bwoody rout which requires the relocation of the washer fluid reservoir in order to get the filter in front of cold air. Instead, this solution brings the cold air to the filter.
Originally Posted by Scottina06
each piece has a 2 clips on the side closest to the center of the vehicle. Use a body trim stick removal tool to remove. Stick the tool between the chrome piece and the black painted portion of the lower bumper and release each clip. They will then pull out. The trim removal tools can be found at body shop supply stores etc.