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FASTMOFO

New Cold Air Intake project

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here are a few pics of my dyi project:

this will fit in the hole bhind the passenger headlight

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after painted and put together

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with a 90* elbow I will attach this Specter air filter

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I think I see what you're doing.

You're going to basically make a fender air intake with this adaptor connected to the car at the hole where the resonator is and then run a 90 to the filter and what kind of pipe to the MAF?

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I think I see what you're doing.

You're going to basically make a fender air intake with this adaptor connected to the car at the hole where the resonator is and then run a 90 to the filter and what kind of pipe to the MAF?

one step at a time my friend. :pop_corn:

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I just realized you're not driving a G6, so disregard my comment.

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the project continues:

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It's looking really good so far!

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:pop_corn: good job FASTMOFO! theres nothin' like a DIY intake.

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thanks guys, i'm still up thinking of what material to use to connect the rest. :pop_corn:

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from elbow to MAF? I would use the flex tubing they sell at pepboys or something like that to connect since you can bend it what ever way you need to. I made a CAI in my Durango with 3" PVC and rubber elbows before. Painted PVC black and it looked stock.

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from elbow to MAF? I would use the flex tubing they sell at pepboys or something like that to connect since you can bend it what ever way you need to.

What I was thinking... Good creation!

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flex tubing is restrictive. i need something more streight line and smooth. after i connect the MAF and the vacum line i will take it to a place called Exhaust Works. I'll see if these guys can bend an 3" exhaust tube from point A - B. :(

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i finished it :lol2::rofl: , it looks awsome and performs very well. i defintly feel the differance. i will post pics later.

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cool. cant wait! :lol2:

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cant wait to see the pics!

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Sounds slick, very interested in pics of the finished product.

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looking great sofar. :agreed:

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here they are:

the MAF chopped and customized

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needed to cut and extend the 90* elbow sensor thingy

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cut and new extension hose

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now to fill in this gap

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tarra :o:woot:

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finished :lol2::D

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WOW! That looks great!

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:lol2: looks good!

Does it perform as good as it looks? lol

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:o looks good!

Does it perform as good as it looks? lol

HELL MOTHAF***ING YEAH! :lol2::D

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HELL MOTHAF***ING YEAH! :o:woot:

:lol2: anyways... :woot::lol2::bacon::D

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not bad at all. Did quite a good job putting it together.

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thanks. now im going to take apart my subwoofers and make blend in.

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Kudos. My only thing to nit pick is to have matching couplers now. :P

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