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So this literally happened caus my neighbor suggested trying it. He got some scrap stainless 21/2 pipe with a 45° welded to a straight 6" pipe at the end of the 45°. I dremeled it to a perfect fit where it comes apart in two pieces. I then noticed the intake box was huge and had holes in the bottom maybe to smooth out slow the flow. Yet it had a cold air like setup with a full air dam from factory. So I cut the box literally in half sealed the holes and bottom hole with 1/4 ABS sheet i from a local plastic wholesalerfor my side skirts and rear diffuser. The hole setup us topped off with a k&n air filter i had to order to get. The car feels way better. I've both added horsepower and lightened cars for faster et's but I've never noticed such small things making such a big difference performance wise as it does with this car. I mean that both in the performance of the car in a corner and off the line. Every pound seems to be a bit more i can dive the car into a corner. Its to the point no where grip in the problem I need the power now to pull it though the corner like I know it can. As always lmk if anyone has any questions I've torn this car apart pretty far I might be able to help with what your doing. Oh and the parts list was $7 for clear 1min set jb weld, two 2inch to 2-1/2in specter intake coupler was $25. That could be found for pennies on the dollar at your local lkq aswell but I wanted a nice black sleeve on there. I'm also making a template of my body kit if anyone wants a full set. Idk how much yet but it will have a front splitter, side skirts rear quarter piece. Everything but diffuser. Idk how much yet they will probably be 150 for a full kit. 300 for
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Looks good! One recommendation: Because the engine moves around a lot, those port adapters have a tendency to leak when twisted, put a bead of RTV around the grommet then reinstall it, and then do the same with the elbow and reinstall it. Let it sit overnight.
 
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