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HomeMade Custom coldair intake

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MSRP: $300.00
Average Price: $58.32
Manufacturer: HomeMade
Yes: 59 / No: 5

what i did here seein as i own an older RENIX 4.0L (no one makes **** for these engines so ya gotta do it your self)

any way i took a piece of 3" stainless exhaust pipe in a 12" length cut the needed holes for the hses from the airbox i brazzed on the needed fittings and went out and got the biggest K&N filter they had(6X9K&N w/3" mouth) slapped it all together and tossed that crappy old restrictive airbox and havent had a regret


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shad366's Reviews
12-19-2010, 05:23 PM
Price: $0.01
Pros: Fast; easy; made a world of difference.
Cons: Must replace filter sooner.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Not really a product, but a mod. I took my airbox out, and the tube running from the airbox to the front of the car. I took the tube, and clipped all the pieces allowing air restriction off. I cut it so it would take air directly from the fan. When I started the car after I did all this, it ran incredibly smoother, with less vibration and less noise. Also, the throttle is a lot more responsive. I will be adding a cold air intake to the car soon, but for a temporary fix, this is awesome.

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jhf56's Reviews
10-14-2010, 09:03 PM
Price: $60.00
Pros: sounds good and added a few horses
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: i went to advanced auto parts, picked up the stuff i needed and put it together. Very easy.

Registered User
seXJ's Reviews
08-05-2010, 05:01 PM
Price: $65.00
Pros: More power I think, and my jeep is a little louder
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Cold air intakes are expensive and this is a third of the price. I hated the blow by in the stock intake and now I never have to deal with that again. Also I never need to buy a new filter because you can wash it. The iceing on the cake was how easy and quick it is.


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TJRubicon06's Reviews
07-08-2010, 04:32 AM
Price: $150.00
Pros: hard pipe induction for River Raider snorkle
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I made a hardpipe induction kit using 3" polished aluminum tubing from Spectre. It then connects to a 93 GM airbox that uses a cartridge AFE dryflow filter.

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sh13lds21's Reviews
06-10-2010, 03:13 AM
Price: $30.00
Pros: runs better, sounds awesome,
Cons: cant keep my foot out of it
Recommended? Yes

Comments: has an awesome sound through the whole rpm rang, it was cheap,


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BlackDaddyZJ's Reviews
02-16-2010, 01:29 AM
Price: $35.00
Pros: Easy to make, gets a lot of oohs and ahhs and questions
Cons: none that i can see
Recommended? Yes

Comments: i made it to the aesthetic pleasure of my eye and made sure the air was cold thats all haha


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drwolcot's Reviews
02-04-2010, 03:27 PM
Price: $45.00
Pros: sounds good, easy install, looks good
Cons: could probably use a better filter
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I got my air intake from ebay it was cheap and gives the Jeep a good sound; it may not be a K&N but it still does its job. Would recommend changing the air filter with a quality one.

Registered User
Blackdout00wj's Reviews
01-20-2010, 12:11 AM
Price: $180.00
Pros: dual intake
Cons: need hood scoops
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Sounds really aggressive and feels stronger

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NOC Bulldog's Reviews
01-12-2010, 09:25 PM
Price: $1.00
Pros: stainless steel with rubber joints
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: unknown what brand it is, previous owner put it in. pics available to those who want


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60AnniversaryTJ's Reviews
11-24-2009, 12:14 PM
Price: $80.00
Pros: ORIGINAL POST: Inexpensive modification that increased mileage and hp. UPDATE: Only increased mileage at high RPM; lowered mileage around town.
Cons: ORIGINAL POST: Won't see full potential without an exhaust modification. UPDATE: bad filtration, found fine silt inside cone/stainless
Recommended? No

Comments: ORIGINAL POST: Polished stainless, open ended dry cone filter, water resistant dust cover. Found most of the parts on eBay. Half of the cost was the pre-filter

UPDATE: Gained (recovered) nearly 3mpg around town, lost 1mpg at 65mph since going back to the stock airbox with AC Delco air filter installed.

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mckenzie_t's Reviews
09-01-2009, 09:46 PM
Price: $50.00
Pros: cheappppp
Cons: none.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: cheap and easy to make. paid like 50 bucks for parts

Registered User
MA98zj's Reviews
08-23-2009, 11:12 PM
Price: $50.00
Pros: sound, increase top-end hp, mpg's +2
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: pvc, 6x9 spectre cone filter, aluminum roofing flashing as heat sheild

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98cherokee19's Reviews
08-20-2009, 08:58 PM
Price: $50.00
Pros: increase hp, better mpg, louder exhaust
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: increase hp, better mpg, louder exhaust

Registered User
rgjeep's Reviews
07-08-2009, 07:47 PM
Price: $14.00
Pros: Horsepower improvement
Cons: Hanging vaccum lines
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Already installed noticeable improvement over stock

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JAWhitney's Reviews
06-25-2009, 04:58 AM
Price: $50.00
Pros: more power and better gas mileage
Cons: isn's the best looking
Recommended? Yes

Comments: You can get it at any local shop and it is very affordable! 50$ bucks will cover the cost and a lil time.
The way I have mine mounted is a lil tacky, but hell! It works.
The performance gain is noticable enough to have fun with too. Bore out your throttle body for best results.

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vansskaterfreek's Reviews
06-14-2009, 11:51 AM
Price: $1.00
Pros: nice sound
Cons: suck up water is bad
Recommended? Yes

Comments: be careful not to suck water

Registered User
swamp_runner's Reviews
05-20-2009, 04:23 AM
Price: $30.00
Pros: effective
Cons: none so far...
Recommended? Yes

Comments: bought a universal apc cone filter, and a redline tube, then just cut the factory setup an clamped the new parts to it!

Registered User
Kasanders-02TJ's Reviews
05-11-2009, 10:45 AM
Price: $30.00
Pros: cheap way to get a pony or two
Cons: cant get rid of stock resignator above throttle boddy...(yet)
Recommended? Yes


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wojo4780's Reviews

02-23-2009, 01:07 PM
HomeMade Custom coldair intake
Price: $20.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: why pay 200's and 300's when you can make it at home, easy to do and I felt more power, doesn't look bad either

Registered User
country_boy454's Reviews

02-20-2009, 09:08 AM
HomeMade Custom coldair intake
Price: $50.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Finished my cold air intake with heat shield and installed it. The difference..... WOW!!!! It has a lot more throttle response over the whole power band. It will now break the tires loose from a dead stop. The exhaust note is deeper and more aggressive sounding. Oh and there is a nice whir sound every time I give it some gas! Also I gained about 3.5 mpg by doing this. My average before was 16.7 and on the same trip with the same weight and amount of fuel and cruising at the same speed I was averaging 20.2 mpg. Not bad for a v8 with the np249.

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