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Re: Cold air intake for downdraft weber carbs on ' (archive)

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Posted by Alan on March 13, 2000 at 05:01:38:

In Reply to: Cold air intake for downdraft weber carbs on '02s posted by Dahveed on March 12, 2000 at 21:00:16:

I like the looks of that thing, and it's basically what I had in mind, except I was going to put a filter in the surround, and just have unfiltered air up until the air cleaner itself, and then run a round K&N or something. I'd just use the damn stock air cleaner if it didn't bang my hood, but it was tearning 1/2 deep gashes all over. A dual snorkel air filter assbly would look sweet, if you ask me, and that's a good amount of cold air from both sides of the grill. I just don't see how it wouldn't flow enough air. My buddy put a cold air induction pipe on his neon and it made a big diffrence. Let us know if you get it, or if anyone else out there runs a setup like this, tell us know how you like it.
-alan
74 02
79 320i


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