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Old 11-14-2011, 10:30 AM   #1
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is this true?

i have an 01 se and above the ford logo looks like a cowl and a rubber?plastic looking tube that goes to the bottom of the air box has anyone tried to relocate it to get better air flow i eventually want to get a cold air intake but i want to know if i can move this down between the fog lights or something if that will help the motor get more air


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Old 11-14-2011, 03:14 PM   #2
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thats a good question... one i am wondering myself... any answers?
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:56 PM   #3
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Nope its fine right where it is.

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I would look up the Hot Rod Wagon mod if you are looking to modify the stock intake system

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Old 11-14-2011, 05:50 PM   #5
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i have an 01 se and above the ford logo looks like a cowl and a rubber?plastic looking tube that goes to the bottom of the air box has anyone tried to relocate it to get better air flow i eventually want to get a cold air intake but i want to know if i can move this down between the fog lights or something if that will help the motor get more air
you could move it..it wouldnt hurt anything. that wouldnt be a bad idea..

like the poster above me said ..check out HRWs thread
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Right now the air has a direct route to the engine from the grille. There's no better location for it.

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Right now the air has a direct route to the engine from the grille. There's no better location for it.

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i was thinkin itd get more air because were its at it doesnt really get a hole lot of air with the hood being down
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Old 11-14-2011, 09:16 PM   #8
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were is it i tried searching for it but came up with nothing
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I asked this question a few months ago. I have a CAI already though, so I was wondering if relocating the intake would make the CAI more efficient. I was told that unless the air was colder, it wasnt going to be more efficient. I thought maybe it could be relocated down by the foglights, but it would really be about the same thing. I decided that insted of relocating the whole intake system, I could add another one! So I went to the local junkard and got all the piping from another Focus. But...it is still sitting in my room so I have yet to know if it helps or not. lol
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I asked this question a few months ago. I have a CAI already though, so I was wondering if relocating the intake would make the CAI more efficient. I was told that unless the air was colder, it wasnt going to be more efficient. I thought maybe it could be relocated down by the foglights, but it would really be about the same thing. I decided that insted of relocating the whole intake system, I could add another one! So I went to the local junkard and got all the piping from another Focus. But...it is still sitting in my room so I have yet to know if it helps or not. lol
see in logic it should be colder air and if i hit higher water its gonna take a lot to suck all the way to the stock box but how were you gonna add a second one just curious
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