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Resident Genius
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Neither - they will both perform very similarly. It all depends on which one looks better to you.

Gerry Sica (owner of PRM) runs mid-high 13's with a PRM intake - I have run low 13s with a Hotshot and a Home made intake - so they all flow very similarly...

This has been discussed ad nausea on other boards/mailing lists, and the general consensus is that it's more of an aesthetic choice rather than a performance one.
 

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I have kind of an odd question, how far down does the PRM downpipe go? How much room is there between it an the splash guard?

I'm thinking of putting together a bastardized Hotshot/PRM/AEM setup (Hotshot warm air elbow--mostly cosmetic--AEM bypass, PRM CAI) then setting up some kind of scoop at the bottom of the PRM.
 

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Yeah, but I don't like the aesthetics of ABS/PVC pipe. I've also found a site that sells pieces of 3" tubing & silicone connectors for a DIY intake. I'm looking at that option also--it gives me the aesthetics I prefer & avoids the problems I have with the Hotshot setup.

Where can I get the Ractive filter? Part number? I missed that somewhere.
 
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I like the PRM better... In the event of rain you just remove the downpipe and you have a hotair intake, but no chance of water ingestion.
 

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PT Owner - SCPOC Prez
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gil, you can get the silicone connectors from hose techniques.

when i was at their shop and talking to lucky (while greg was getting his 6 fitted), he said he had them in all sorts of color, then he preceeded to show me. :)

check out their website and give them a call.
 
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