haha i must agree with this. sure a kit such as the fswerks turbo kit for the 2.0 dura only puts out about 190hp and about 175 torque stage one or you can go stage 2 and get about 220hp and 230 torque, sure those seem like low numbers as compared to stangs and other cars these days but here is where it gets ya haha the 2010 sedan like i have only weighs 2600lbs!!!!Just boost it and dust his ass [thumb]
Haha you sound like me before i finally bought it. i was so paranoid of that and that was the only thing holding me back. but after doing some more research its actually nothing to worry about. the filter is located in your front bumper and protected by the splash guard under the engine. The Only thing that could possibly cause a issue was if you went through a puddle deeper than 9inches and had it held wide open throttle.. otherwise the intake is not sucking in with enough force to inhale the water through the filter. and even then it would have to go up about a foot and a half of the intake tube directly up and that would take a ton of force. Tons of people who are up north and have much worse weather conditions when it comes to ice rain and snow have no issues at all with the intake. You know how hot our weather is here lol and i would highly suggest the true cai due to that alone. it makes better gains and is even cheaper than the others!!!!i looked at that intake and it looks like it puts the air filter in the fender well. thats good for cold air, but when it rains and you hit a big puddle, the high flow air filter will let water straight into the cylinder and water log your engine, so be aware of that my friend.