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Pedja's 1968 Firebird

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Just got done installing my CAI setup. I purchased a AIRAID U build it kit. Love the sound of it. Opens motor up real good. Also purchased a rain guard for the filter.

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Nice! :cheers:

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Wowzers! That goes pretty far down, good job!

Any concerns about getting crap up in it?

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The airaid prefilter protector says it's water repellent and is still free flowing. Stock intake setup will be going back in for the winter months.

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nice job! :cheers:

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The airaid prefilter protector says it's water repellent and is still free flowing. Stock intake setup will be going back in for the winter months.

Won't it be a pain in the ass having to swap it every winter? Or do you have a quick and easy method?

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About 30 mins to swap. I don't really wanna drive in the winter but we'll see. My chevy truck gets 8mpg.

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Back from the dead!! Have you had any check engine lights or anything since you installed this intake? I've settled that I don't need to add an exhaust but an intake is a must for. If this works out well than I am going to buy the air raid kit and do it up!

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That looks good. I'll have to do something to that effect in the Spring since winter is coming.

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