Well not the performance increase, but the deep Hooooowl that my new pod filter makes, made a kid nearly snap his neck turning around to see what was making the noise as I stuck the boot into it. :s6: :s6:
You can put a pod filter on CFI motors, First of all remove the rectangular hose from the front snorkel and bend towards the left wheel gaurd 90degrees (L type shape). Now attach a 3in PVC pipe(10cm in length) to the rectangular hose with a 3in hose clamp then run a 3in 90 degree bend pvc pipe off that and connect up a 3in mouth pod filter($30 supercheap etc). The pod ends up directly behind your left indicator so you get cold air on it. I did mine last week, cost $40 total. It has improved my cars throttle response and power compared with the round unifilter air cleaner i was using before. And yes I get a wicked induction noise when i give the old girl the boot. Oh yeah and don't forget to disable the hot air duct if you have the exhaust manifold pipe connected and remove the existing round air cleaner.
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