|Yesterday 09:08 PM|
Ok so I spent $50 and bought the parts brand new from tasca to test this out for myself. Now granted, this will just be a test fit.
I don't have an obdII to monitor stuff yet but I have a feeling there won't be too much difference besides actually having a closed bottom section of airbox.
|Yesterday 03:48 PM|
Only if the airflow isn't restricted by the single inlet hose as opposed to the two for the 2.0. I'm also concerned about the hole in the airbox being big enough for the MAF sensor and filter connection.
I do like the design of the 1.0 air inlet hose and that there isn't a resonator hole in the bottom of the airbox.
If I can get my hands on the inlet hose and the bottom of the air box I'll make another video.
|Yesterday 03:30 PM|
|Truth in Ruin|
|Yesterday 12:31 PM|
|Yesterday 12:25 PM|
K&N does offer an intake for it that corresponds with 2.0 and 2.0ecoboost part numbers.
|Yesterday 11:00 AM|
|Yesterday 09:58 AM|
|metallicnotazx5||Pulled it out of the ecoboost. Small compared to the 2.0 just a little 90 degree bend no longer than 8". Sounds louder. Will report back on fuel consumption.|
|05-20-2016 10:35 AM|
Hmm thats interesting, I wonder if I can find the part number for the airbox without it (If its even available in the US)
I could do with a new airbox anyway
|05-20-2016 10:32 AM|
|ChalupaJones||You may also pull some hot air through that silencer hole but I'd be willing to bet it's negligible when you're at speed but it might make heat soak at a stop slower|
|05-20-2016 10:29 AM|
|Marbs||You'll get more airflow without it, but you will get more sound. If you want to keep it quite put it in. If you want the noise keep it out.|
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