Car 1: 2004 Nighthawk RL
Car 2: 2005 Nighthawk TL
Car 3: 2002 525i Sport Wag
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Originally Posted by l4zy415
great write up gabe i mean teacher lol my filter is foam, is that a good thing to use. plus its pretty easy to clean it up.
Foam is crap. More restrictive and prone to coming apart and headed down the intake.
Originally Posted by sam o nela
Lol Ive actually gotten away with telling some ricer kids that its "body color matched custom intake piping" I dont think they had any idea what PVC even is...
You really suck. That's terrible!
Anyhow, yeah I've had headers and underhood temp measurements since November and the hottest its EVER gotten under my hood was 154* F...
Heat is definitely not an issue...
I wasn't talking about protecting the pipe, I was talking about rejecting heat for cold air purposes.
Btw, that is one HOT RL man!!!
I appreciate the compliment. I love her, she's even got two names... "Black Betty" and "Carmen." (The TL is Carla) She was absolutely flawless until I backed over a concrete block after a party the other night. I think she's punishing me for juicing her.
well i made one from the kregon make your self intake and probly cost less than a weapon r intake. Mine total cost was about 100$$$ 2 90'' about $20, 1 6'' $10, 2 cuplers about $6 each, flex tubing $20, cone $25. If u moved the battery than its totaly different. mine goes around the battery in the stock loc. its good for people that want power but still keep the battery in the stock loc. heres some pics
but whats the difference with a intake kit for a manual and one for an auto? what should i look for? everyone else seems to have kits for a manual, sorry guys im not mechanically minded although im a real whiz in the kitchen
well mine is so easy its like cooking a pizza. just un bolt the stock crap and take off the fender well piece to access to the big black thing that needs to go for the cone to go. than run the piping into the hole and tighten the clapon the filter on the flex tubing or intake tubes
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