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post #1 of 9 Old 12-19-2008, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Make Your Own Intake...

Thought this was very cool and innovative. Airaid has come out with a new product that allows you to build your own intake system. They call it their UBI system, which stands for U-Build-It. Included in the kit is everything you need from clamps and couplers to brackets and even an optional filter. I can see this being very popular twins plumbing or custom set ups. Let me know if anyone has any questions.



Airaid U-Build-It Custom Intake System

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wonder what kinda filtration that little filter gets?
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Thats a pretty cool kit

That filter should flow pretty well

Don't know if it will flow as well as a AFE Stage II or Napa 6637

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hmmm...that may work well for my mustang project

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well all Airaid filters are 7 layer, so they will have great filtration w/ excellent flow, similar to a pg7 filter. i'm taking some real pics right now for someone so i'll post em up.

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well all Airaid filters are 7 layer, so they will have great filtration w/ excellent flow, similar to a pg7 filter. i'm taking some real pics right now for someone so i'll post em up.
Airaid no doubt makes a great product

but size and flow wise how will this compare to a AFE Stg II stand blue filter or the DIY NAPA 6637??

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not sure about the napa filter. but the 5 layer AFE filter will flow more air but the airaid will filter better. here are a few pics

this is the kit with the smaller filter. they also have the kit w/o the filters. the two sizes are...

small one
Flange - 4"
Base - 6"
Top - 4 5/8"
Height - 9"

large one
Flange - 6"
Base - 7 1/4"
Top - 5"
Height - 9"







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Hello Kyle,

I am not trying to high jack the thread, just adding some information

The UBI systems come with 3 filter choices and they are all available in 3", 3.5", or 4" flange. We offer a 6" long filter, 9" long filter, and available Exclusively in our Master kit II, we offer our 700-469 filter that has a 6" Opening, 9" Long, flows around 1600CFM and has been 3rd party tested to consistently filter down to 2 microns.

Here is some additional information about AIRAID Premium Filters



Any additional questions, please contact Kyle @XDP or I am always available on the forum as well.

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has anyone bought this?? wanna know how well it fits and see some pics of it installed on a truck!!!

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