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Old 08-25-2004, 01:43   #1 (permalink)
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Cold Air Intake - EA

hi peoplez...

i have K&N panel filter.. want to run cold air intake from bottom of my body kit...

what do i do, where do i run the pipes to and is it worth it?

i honestly have no idea... and also not lookin to go stainless steel.. maybe heatproof plastic...

any ideas?

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Old 08-25-2004, 02:04   #2 (permalink)
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do a search mate. There's plenty of threads concerning CAI's on the forums.
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There are 4.6 million threads on this one, so if you're not happy with what you get here, read up.

Knowing bugger all about the EA's, a few questions first:

* Does your car have MPFI and thus an airbox setup?
* Do you have brake vents in your front bar, or any kind of hole that goes from engine bay to the outside of the car?

Eg in an EF, cos it has the brake ducts in the front bar, the simplest way to do it is to get a holesaw, cut out a holde under the airbox (and through the bottom of it too), and run a pipe from your box to the brake duct.

So if you can replicate something similar on an EA, i would be doing that.
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Mate i have pics in some of the CAI threads of my old setup which i will be redoing very soon.
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Old 08-25-2004, 06:19   #5 (permalink)
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Hey sorry OT.

SantoItaliano you might be interested to know that Motor Book World in Camberwell have a magazine that has the APV SR3900 in it. It's got like a whole article on it.

As for CAI, what B2TF said

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kool thanks for the help.. i wanna run it to the bottom vent in my body kit... i'll try looking a bit more.. thanks for all the info
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I use the passanger side bumper hole and run a 3" tube up through a hole in the gaurd to my Custom Air box.
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Does it run the standard EA airbox? Or a pod?
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I hope your not asking me that Rob.
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No no no, I know all about your carbon fibre thing.

What's the deal with that anyway? Carbon fibre won't break next time a tyre wall jumps out infront of you?
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