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Old 03-06-2013, 10:36 AM   #1
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Cold Air Intake.

So im trying to make my own CAI got the filter and all that, need to know what to do about the MAF and the other sensor thats in the factory intake hose i can buy a pipe from autozone or something but i don't think it will have the spot for all that.... im kinda broke atm so im budget building or if anyone has a handy CAI pipe thats for a 95 gt and they dont need it >.> id love you forever okay anywhos what do i do about the sensors? will a parts store have a pipe with the holes cutout?
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I'm on a budget also. I bought a cai off of eBay for $40 shipped to my house. Filter and all
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Just like Mack said buy some from eBay so all the holes for censors and mounting the maf will be easier and will come with couplers and hose clamps
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I say buy a $40 eBay kit and buy a $40 K&N to replace the crap filter if you're on a budget. I did this and it works just as any high dollar CAI would. If you have the money though, look into JLT. I hear they're pretty good.
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Before I starting saving up a bunch of money to spend on my car, I bought an eBay CAI, and it was good enough to last me until I got my new one. So I would have to agree with everyone else and say, get an eBay CAI.
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JLT IMO is the best for HP gain with the 4 inch piping but pricey $200,
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You can just make one easily out of PVC pipe.
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You can just make one easily out of PVC pipe.
seen this done quite a bit
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You can just make one easily out of PVC pipe.
Write up on it here..
http://www.mustangworld.com/ourpics/fcar/coldair.htm

http://www.mustangworld.com/ourpics/fcar/coldairDL.htm
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that's part of it but you can also replace the rubber tube with pvc to finish it off
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that's part of it but you can also replace the rubber tube with pvc to finish it off
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