Anyone have probs. w/H2O in Airtube?
I just installed a new cone air filter and removed the air box on my TJ. The performance enhancement is phenomenal. My only concern is, what will happento this setup when it gets wet?? While I don't plan on submerging my TJ, The filter will certainly get damp. I do plan on engineering a splash guard to keep most of the direct water off of it, but I know when any water hits the fan, it is blown throughout the engine compartment. Has anyone else had any problems or found solutions for this scenario??
'99 TJ Sport, Coil Spacers, 32' AT's
JET Chip, custom Air Tube/Racing Filter,
Bent fender, Upgraded Brake rotors/pads.
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