ok has anyone installed a GT sound tube with the airaid modular intake tube!?
so now with my tourings, i want to get back to my sound tube project. I have the airaid modular intake tube, and i don't want to drill a hole into it like some did on the stock muffler box. now, i have a manual, so my airaid has an open port to use (since I don't have brake booster.)
now, i have the brake booster adapter, but it's a very small opening that screws into the port. I was thinking of how to go from the big huge opening of the tube and adapting down to the small opening of the adapter plug on the tube. I also wonder if I figured this out, if the sound would come through as good seeing as the opening into the airaid tube would be much smaller than the opening on the sound tube.
so i need ideas how to adapt down from the big end of the sound tube to the small end for the adapter to fit into the induction tube. anyone have any idea at all!? has anyone done this? I wanna get that sound into the cabin. would probably sound cool.
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2014 Ford Mustang 3.7 Premium 6-speed:
MPT Performance Tune, AM Laguna Seca Black 19" Rims, Borla Touring Axlebacks, Boss 302 Strut Tower Brace, Airaid Modular Intake Tube, aFe Pro Dry S Air Filter, Mustang GT Grille w/ Foglight Mesh, Taillight Tint, Tinted Door Ventvisors, Diode Dynamics LED's