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Old 09-22-2013, 12:32 PM   #1
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CAI, 3" piping and fits FRIM?

Anyone know if there's any bolt-on CAI that fits this bill?
I know it's a very niche market and odds are what I want doesn't exist. But I have to ask before I go and get one welded together.

For the most part a stock zetec intake fits the FRIM. So all I really want to know is what diameter the piping is.
The SRI I have is ~2.5", too small.


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I think airaid makes a kit that has pipping you can cut down to the size and bends you need im not sure on the diameter though?
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You can get all kinds of 3" tubing with straight pieces and 90 pieces and use silicone couplers with clamps. Can even even just use silicone pieces instead of metal that use metal couplers. Or you can just weld stuff up.
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You can get all kinds of 3" tubing with straight pieces and 90 pieces and use silicone couplers with clamps. Can even even just use silicone pieces instead of metal that use metal couplers. Or you can just weld stuff up.

That's what I have now.
I'm looking for something like a nice AEM CAI or similar.
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