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Old 09-17-2013, 03:23 PM   #36
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Ok cool, I just wasn't sure how the replacement cone would just fit since it wasn't made for that specific one.
No guarantee on direct fitment unless you know the pipe diameter and filter opening diameter. There should be adapters for them though if its not direct fit. If I were to go that route I'd buy the kit and get the k&n filter at a local autoparts store in case I want to return it for whatever reason. More convenient
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No guarantee on direct fitment unless you know the pipe diameter and filter opening diameter. There should be adapters for them though if its not direct fit. If I were to go that route I'd buy the kit and get the k&n filter at a local autoparts store in case I want to return it for whatever reason. More convenient
Again, great idea. Thank you everyone!
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Ok cool, I just wasn't sure how the replacement cone would just fit since it wasn't made for that specific one.
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I'm going with a JLT Next Gen cold air intake , it's plastic not metal .. Less heat and it's 4 1/4" Thick ,

And I'll get a SCT tuner Aswell , hope to see some results
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Wow thanks for the help. Again thanks everyone for all of your answers! I do appreciate you taking your time to respond to my thread.
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