Ok guys I was messing around with the stock intake today, checking the filter and such. When looking at the horn of the stock intake, i noticed with enough force you could move the horn to any angle. i pushed it clockwise (from the front view) so it was pointing in the direction of the fan. The engine fan forces the air with a good bit of freash air into the area of the horn.
Also does anyone know if there are negitive affects of doing this, I havent drove with the new direction of the horn but i will be driving 50 miles tommorrow, so i will let you guys know if i see any changes in performace. Most likey it will stay the same Im not sure.
I dont have my cam with me, so i could not take any pictures
Basicly to sum it up just turn the horn of the intake to any angle u want insteed of the 90 deg that it was at. I placed it at 350 deg which points to the engine fan.
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