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 Post subject: Check out this air intake setup
PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 11:59 am 
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Hey check out this guys air intake set up, looks pretty good.
http://page.freett.com/yama206r/page052.html

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you can purchase that exact warm air intake kit from SuzukiSport :)


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pHr34kY wrote:
you can purchase that exact warm air intake kit from SuzukiSport :)


Warm air? :?:

if matched with the suzukisport bonnet, which has the scoop directly above where that filter is positioned... i think it would be very efficient!

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He is still using the front of the original 'snorkel' to get cold air and pump it into the box. Not sure how much better it would be, but interesting all the same.


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pHr34kY wrote:
you can purchase that exact warm air intake kit from SuzukiSport :)


Yeah I know that .
I was refering to the way he sort of made a box around it and used the origianl air scoop to give it air.

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Or you can use this duct :
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It's a lot more effecient then using the original cold air intake thingie

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How much are one of those ducts Jox444?


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just experimentign with cai. i had some old hose lying around so i thought that i would see what an improvement it makes.

i make u realise that there is absolutely no room in the engine bay.

im not sure how airtight it is yet, i may need to put silicon around the airbox.

i have some picks if anyone can host

also how hard is to put the filter back when youve taken it out : :?


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markymark wrote:
also how hard is to put the filter back when youve taken it out : :?


A little tricky at first, but you get the hang of it!


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i switched my filter over to a k&n today. model number 33-2059.

fits like a greasy stick up a dogs ass :D

even easier to fit than the normal paper filter

pic of my cold air set up

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markymark wrote:
i switched my filter over to a k&n today. model number 33-2059.

fits like a greasy stick up a dogs ass :D

even easier to fit than the normal paper filter

pic of my cold air set up

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hwz the performance after using this set-up?care 2 share?thx a million! :D
oso if i m nt wrong u hav removed the air flow sensor oso...tot datz needed so air fuel ratio can b adjusted optimumly? :oops:


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the is a bit of a gainand it more responsive.

i havent removed any sensors, just the restrictive intake piping. the afm is after the airfilter near the throttle body at the back.


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stanboy wrote:
hwz the performance after using this set-up?care 2 share?thx a million! :D
oso if i m nt wrong u hav removed the air flow sensor oso...tot datz needed so air fuel ratio can b adjusted optimumly? :oops:


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Oh, and MarkyMark, wouldn't the ribbed formation of that pipe cause a lot of drag? I would've taped over the holes in the resonator box and used the factory mini-ramair intake.

Oh, and how are those filters? I was thinking of getting one.


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fits like a greasy stick up a dogs ass :D


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pHr34kY wrote:
stanboy wrote:
hwz the performance after using this set-up?care 2 share?thx a million! :D
oso if i m nt wrong u hav removed the air flow sensor oso...tot datz needed so air fuel ratio can b adjusted optimumly? :oops:


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http://www.redlinegti.com/forum/vt.3873.htm

Oh, and MarkyMark, wouldn't the ribbed formation of that pipe cause a lot of drag? I would've taped over the holes in the resonator box and used the factory mini-ramair intake.

Oh, and how are those filters? I was thinking of getting one.


oppz...sorry... :oops:


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markymark wrote:
i switched my filter over to a k&n today. model number 33-2059.

fits like a greasy stick up a dogs ass :D

even easier to fit than the normal paper filter

pic of my cold air set up

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hi,

won't this set up suck up water?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2005 6:47 am 
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most of the intake pipe is actually tucked behind the front end, so its not to bad. it doesnt really matter the set is changing in the near future again


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2 - 45 degree bends

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Just an update on my new intake set up. its basically the same as ignorant ignis, but i just finished a partion today to keep the hot air out. Cost me about a couple of head aches and $10.

Its not pretty but i think it should work.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 12:47 pm 
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Looks pretty cool!

I would've sprayed the cover black to match everything else.. A bit hard to make out though, I think the shutter was moving a tad quick.


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