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03-27-2011 09:32 AM
Originally Posted by K Dog View Post
Unfortunately, AEM would have been my recommendation, but they have discontinued them to my knowledge. They are still on their site, but are not available.
this is what i have on my zetec. its awesome!
03-26-2011 12:34 PM
Outlaw5.0 The Airaid/Roush looks to be the nicest in my opinion for the 2008 and up.
03-25-2011 01:50 PM
SRI works great

I have a 2002 ZTW. Last month I installed an AEM SRI was floored. It sounds outstanding and the throttle increase is noticable! I had low idle issues from the start (would stall at lights unless I feathered the gas). I removed the EGR hose from the Intake Tube and directed it to the far left of the engine. I then capped the Intake tube opening. Problem solved - idles excellent now.
03-18-2011 12:02 PM
gman12 K dog do you still happen to have the mac sri? I'm interested in buying one.
03-11-2011 04:13 PM
K Dog Unfortunately, AEM would have been my recommendation, but they have discontinued them to my knowledge. They are still on their site, but are not available.

I do have a MAC short ram on the shelf for $119.
03-11-2011 02:09 PM
black.revolver so far all i got is a cheap performance air filter just before the mass flow air senser if feels good, but will it make a difference all together
03-11-2011 02:06 PM
black.revolver cool, anything i should be aware of like corosion or rusting craking. i guess what im asking is whats a good brand. lol
03-11-2011 01:56 PM
K Dog A great first mod. Sounds cool, looks cool, adds a little HP.

Short ram is less expensive. Cold air makes a tad more power. Long style intakes are a no-no up here in the midwest were inclement weather/snow might be sucked up in them due to their "close to the earth" design, but I'd say you'd be good out in AZ.
03-11-2011 01:51 PM
cai or sri

i bought this focus one month ago and i first things first, id like to know the pros and cons of short rams intakes and cold air intakes. i know the differances and all, just want peoples advice and what they think of there intakes.

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