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Old 01-31-2013, 04:00 PM   #36
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What i am going toty and figure out is a way to put together some custom piping to route down behind the fog light panel inthelower bumper. Im sure once the entire intake box and stock components are out there willbe enough room to route the piping. If not theni canalways get somebeer and mcgyver the ***** in.

Only other thing would be to see if the maf sensor can get incorporated into the piping somehow.

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Old 02-05-2013, 01:05 AM   #37
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AEM has a CAI fully enclosed and makes more true power then most...

the other companies do dynos with thr hood open, only way to get thier numbers is to do it with te hood open...closed the hood and that changes drastically.

you can get for less the 270.00 shipped...

some scouff at AEM, but ive owned many of them and others on lots of other brands of intakes on lots of different cars and aem has always done well in true real life 3rd party dyno #'s.

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