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Unread 08-03-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Homemade cold air intake!

Hey guys I know the a Cai doesn't do to much but I thought it would be a fun project, I know some of you guys will come up with stuff wrong with it but hey it works and it was only 50 dollars instead of 250 for a k&n! So what I used was a air cleaner tube from a zj from the yj for 10$, heat electrical PVC 2 1/2 pipe 5$ , heat tape 5$, 3 in filter 20$, and a breather filter for the valve cover for 10$! The breather was so I didn't need to make a hose going to the air cleaner tube and it looks better! I'm going to make a enclosed box for the air cleaner soon! But here's some pics let me know what you think


I know it's dark ill take better one tomorrow! But I can tell a little diffrence in pick up and a nice little sound lol

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