Turbokits.com have created a CAI and works for both man and auto. 2.0 and 2.4, i use it on my manual koup sx and its a great investment. The sound and feel of the car are amazing. When installing it you can see the development that went into it.
main thing about the auto's is there are two small hoses going into the intake. and manual only has one.
The line to the valve cover is just a breather line, you can leave that open or put a filter on it (best idea). You would then use the nipple on the intake for the Auto Tranny Vent! Done, 5 min extra during the install
I have a 2010 forte sx 5sp Auto
I do not have the 2nd air vent hose as show in the picture (the one going to the back firewall) I only have one going to my crank case for the recirculation.
Does anyone know if this was on '1st gen' forte factory intakes?
I have spoken to anothe forum member who has the TK CAI and also has the 2nd intake tube, he had to get a T splitter.
Any help - anyone?
It was just discussed in another forum, that the 2.4L has one and the 2.0L has two. It does not appear to be a difference in auto vs manual. I have a 2.4L auto and have only one tube. The second tube is to assist in braking. The 2.4L has larger brakes, so either not necessary or not feasible.
Yes, that'd be helpful! I know you made a dual filter setup, but I'd like some more information on your "avoid the dipstick" setup.Yo man you want me to post up my custom air in take
In FL the 2.4s have one hose and the 2.0s have 2 hoses -- at least on all the Forte's I've looked at. There is a poster on this forum that says his 2.4 has 2 hoses -- I think those are the California emissions cars -- and the cars in 4 other states that adopted the California emissions levels too.Yes, as we are learning more info about the differences. It seems it's only on the 2.0L. Once it gets warmer and people start coming out from hibernation, we'll get a 2.0L up here and check into it. In the meantime. Please use a Tee.