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11-08-2012 05:47 PM
jlawlax1344 I second Royce01 I did the same thing with the Spectre filter and coupler, look on my profile for pics of it. That's your short ram version, I'm finishing my custom CAI with that a 3" intake hose to the lower front grille and a 4x10 scoop to give it more, colder air, and if you go with the huge filter like mine....it sounds soooo amazing with the FSWerks race exhaust
11-07-2012 11:48 PM
Royce01 Go to your local autozone. And. Buy a spectre intake filter they only cost like $25. it has the same effect that's what I did. It's the cheapest most effective way to go
11-07-2012 10:50 PM
iB Chunkyboy
Cold Air Inake help

Im looking for a cold air intake a short ram one like so http://www.amazon.com/AEM-22-450B-Sh...old+air+intake

the thing is thats a crazy price and i see like $50 ones all over ebay but they are piped down underneath the car and i dont want that, as i live in maine and its getting into winter and i dont want salt and shit getting up in the filter ! help !!! :] thanks

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