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Old 03-17-2009, 03:02 PM
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Custom Intake/Zoodad

I've been thinking all day and new ideas continue to grow, this is my idea I have so far for doing a custom intake.
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:20 PM
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the last one is the best so far... don't like the one where you are thinking about putting a filter in where the wheel well goes... to me that would be throwing up to much crap at your airfilter...
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:21 PM
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the last one is the best so far... don't like the one where you are thinking about putting a filter in where the wheel well goes... to me that would be throwing up to much crap at your airfilter...
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:22 PM
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the last one is the best so far... don't like the one where you are thinking about putting a filter in where the wheel well goes... to me that would be throwing up to much crap at your airfilter...
Yeah, but i gotta come up with some idears before I start cutting. I want you guys inputs too if you can think of anything else. The space behind the bumper if f***ing huge, so there will be no problem getting air into it. Just making the huge hose fit in tight spots.
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:27 PM
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yeah I understand that.. but that will be your coolest/cleanest air that you will be able to get... you don't want to have to worry about water, rocks, snow and what not going right to your airfilter cause your tire is kicking it up...
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:28 PM
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yeah I understand that.. but that will be your coolest/cleanest air that you will be able to get... you don't want to have to worry about water, rocks, snow and what not going right to your airfilter cause your tire is kicking it up...
Yeah, I think that's gonna be the best way to go. My Dad wants to make a differnent box outta Carbon Fiber, but F that, I want 100% air.
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imo dont mount under the fender. i mounted a 100w federal speaker there, and it didnt last 6 months because it was so jam packed with crap it wouldnt work.
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Yeah, I think that's gonna be the best way to go. My Dad wants to make a differnent box outta Carbon Fiber, but F that, I want 100% air.
understand that... but with all that work with tubing something near your bumper close to the airfliter kind of defeats the purpose of not having it mostly inclosed "to have the ram air effect" don't want that pushed air just to go any where into the engine bay
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:36 PM
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understand that... but with all that work with tubing something near your bumper close to the airfliter kind of defeats the purpose of not having it mostly inclosed "to have the ram air effect" don't want that pushed air just to go any where into the engine bay
I dont understand, or maybe you dont? I'm wanting to run a intake tube down to behing the bumper where that big opening is and attach the filter there.
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imo dont mount under the fender. i mounted a 100w federal speaker there, and it didnt last 6 months because it was so jam packed with crap it wouldnt work.
I dont off road, or go mudding. I'm a wussy. And the filter's not a 100W speaker lol
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