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I figured I'd give this a shot - simple JS Silicon Hose and KN drop in filter. Fairly inexpensive and a nice little bump in power. No change in intake volume. Overall I like it. Someone else (forget the co) makes a billet adapter to bolt on a cone style filter to the JS hose.

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I figured I'd give this a shot - simple JS Silicon Hose and KN drop in filter. Fairly inexpensive and a nice little bump in power. No change in intake volume. Overall I like it.
I have been using something very similar for a few months now.
I like it as well.
The color options are also nice to make each owner's car a little more unique.

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just noticed another new intake popped up. ITG (who makes good filters). Keeps the filter about as far away from the engine as possible. Just dont know how much air flow there is right there w/ no dedicated feed. Is it relying on the little gap around the hood?

 

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I think they have 10 or so color options. The nice thing is, you can easily make this little piece and have a true cold air

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I havent dug into my intake box yet... But couldnt we essentially run a quality panel filter and just open up the bottom of the stock airbox and get pretty much something like that? It would maintain the factory outside air feed plus open up the bottom for more air. I guess i should tape a thermometer in that area and see how hot or not it gets.
 
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