Price? Looks nice? Should fit the Sedan too right? Universal products are tricky
Seriously...before you spend the cash try this mod. I have been running this for several weeks now and couldn't be happier. $20. I am planning on keeping it this way until I can get the TURBO.Ideally you would attach it straight to the engine intake and the other end to the factory air intake, totally bypassing the air box. It would be CAI then since it draws from the front of car. Not sure how it would sound though and performance wise compared to the TurboKits one, with the flexi hose possibly less due to more restriction on curves and hose surface.
Why are you quoting my message? I already have a TurboKits CAI.Seriously...before you spend the cash try this mod. I have been running this for several weeks now and couldn't be happier. $20. I am planning on keeping it this way until I can get the TURBO.
My apologies. I quoted the wrong post.Why are you quoting my message? I already have a TurboKits CAI.
I'm in the same boat. We get way too much rain in Oregon and I don't think a CAI would be in my best interest. I gotta look for an SRI to better suit the weather.looking a roadrace motorsport short mid ram since i dont want my filter sucking that close to the ground like the TK especially since the amount of rain and snow we get
How are they sucking in enough snow to seize their engines? Are these open wheel wells or closed like our Forte's? You can put some water in the intake and it doesn't seize it, it may stall it or just run rough for a little. I tend to put the factory back on during winter any how due to extreme cold days it runs smoother with factory.yes i live in canada and snow tends to be a big problem... espescially as our family owns a performance shop and seeing all the ricers with there wheel well cai that has sucked in water and they get a nice seized up motor