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Old 07-11-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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98 gt cai ?

My air intake runs into the passenger side fender is this a good set up or is there a better cai that would work better any advice would be great
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Re: 98 gt cai ?

I didnt like them because it was a pain to take the air filter off to clean and then reinstall. Plus, just seemed like the air was more restricted because there was hardly any air flow where the filter was....but thats my taste on that. I went with one like BBK or one that pretty much replaces where the stock one was but does not have a box around it and the filter is right behide the pass headlight. So when Im at the track I can take out the pass headlight and get a good/direct air flow when going down the track.
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Couple screws out of the inner fender and access is achieved.
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I had the cai before i switchwd over to my mac. Only things werw yes it was a pita to clean the filter and also try to avoid puddles if ur lowered. It was getting cold air due to my magic (header wrapped the intake tube lol) great intake but preferred a cai where the filter wasnt as hard to get to
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Thanks for the info guys I'm think I'm going to change it out
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My air intake runs into the passenger side fender is this a good set up or is there a better cai that would work better any advice would be great
Mine kinda does the same but spirals down the fender that's a pain to put it back in I'm thinking about getting a new one not to shur though don't want to.spend money to try and get more horse power and get the same I already have
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