Sure thing, I'll take some tomorrow as I need to take a few of the other stuff I did this weekend for documentation purposes. Got the cowl intake, hood vents and quarter panel armor on. Only managed to get a few pics of the cowl process though.
Scoping out the area where the cowl is going to be cut into. You'll need to remove the evap purge bracket and trim the right side off where that goofy dimple is as well as push the wiring harness down a bit (I had to clip the zip tie that held it to the cowl.) Also notice that I removed my hood light. It'll smash into the heat shield if you don't relocate it.
Fortunately, there's plenty of factory holes along the edge of the hood to do so.
Test fitting the heat shield. It pretty much self-aligns to the shape of the cowl.
Forgest using a hole saw, it's a pain in the *** and they're spendy for the decent 5"+ ones. Just use an angle grinder or a sawzall and make a big square, the heat shield will cover it all anyway. I had to trim a little more at the top to fit the filter in cleanly, it's pretty big.
Everything fit great. Just had to trim down the vent tube. THOR only includes 4 hose clamps, so you'll need an extra one if you want one on the hose that fits the main tube to the throttle body. Not that it really needed it since it's such a tight fit, but I re-used ones of the plastic straps from the stock intake anyway.
And done. Pretty simple job once you get that damn hole cut. Throttle response is a little bit quicker but the biggest difference is the exhaust note at 2500+ RPM. It's much...tighter now, I guess you could say. It sounds like an entirely different system and a lot more aggressive when you put the pedal down. Surprised the hell out of me. There's some minor intake noise now and then (sounds like a vacuum when you're using the crevice tool against a wall,) but it's not very loud and barely noticeable unless I'm trying to listen for it. It's also very intermittent and I don't hear it at all while maintaining speed. I might slap some Dynamat in there at some point when I do the interior, but only to appease potential complaining passengers since it's on their side behind the glove box.