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Old 06-08-2004, 02:47   #1 (permalink)
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Pod Filter ?

My mate just got a new pod filter on his mirage....and rekins that the gains are pretty good....i was just wondering if it would be beneficial on my tx5?

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Re: Pod Filter ?

it depends on the size of your airbox and intake plumbing as much as the 'pod' itself..

got a picture of your airfilter, and induction set up as it is now.. If it is really poorly designed or restrictive a pod might reduce a bottleneck and let her breathe freely.. It not really a more HP thing but a faster throttle response anyhow
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Re: Pod Filter ?

its all stock TX5 setup atm.....ill get pics of it when i get the camera....but if anyone has a pic of a stock TX5 engine bay...post it in here please.
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Re: Pod Filter ?

on a mirage it would make a difference as they are only a 1.5, but it mite be worth it to borrow his air filter for the day and see how your car goes with it.
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Re: Pod Filter ?

mines only a 2.2...and doesnt ahemd have 1 on the 4 litre? or 3.8 or whatever they are?

i dont know to much about this stuff....so why exactly is it good on a mirage and a 4 litre but not on a 2.2l?
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Re: Pod Filter ?

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mines only a 2.2...and doesnt ahemd have 1 on the 4 litre? or 3.8 or whatever they are?

i dont know to much about this stuff....so why exactly is it good on a mirage and a 4 litre but not on a 2.2l?
yeh i did feel a little bit of difference in the power, and it also sounds pretty cool

btw its a 4.1
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the way ahmed has his setup it aint working to properly, its drwaing hot air from the exhaust, it'll prob work but is drawing hot air from the motor, on a mirage the pod sits behind the battery, it mite work on urs, thats y i suggested that u borrow ur mates filter and see how u go
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the way ahmed has his setup it aint working to properly, its drwaing hot air from the exhaust, on a mirage the pod sits behind the battery, it mite work on urs, thats y i suggested that u borrow ur mates filter and see how u go
yeh thats right, i need to move the battery to boot, how can i do that?
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ahmed im not bagging how u got ur setup by the way
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Re: Pod Filter ?

ur talkin about the cool sucking nosie yer ahmed?

i could try do that xf6250...i doubt he'd wanna take it off and put it on mine etc......

he got a mate to make up a bracket with a piece of stainless steel piping...

do u know what would make it work on mine? is it just a matter of what position its in?
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