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one of my buddies told me that it would be a good idea to add a velocity stack to my cold air intake. do any of you know if it works, or what it actually does? and is it really a good idea for me to get?
 

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I have seen dyno results of them working. It allows for a larger opening air filter and a smoother flow of air. This was on SR20 powered cars using JWT velocity stacks but I don't see why the results would be any different. Don't expect a huge or even noticeable difference if you already have a regular CAI on the car. But every little bit counts.
 

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No real need for one but, if you think it will help. Let us know how it goes.
 

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i want to try it but i dont know which one to get. i looked them up on ebay and they sell 3 inch and 4 inch ones. also, would i have to take the filter off or do i put the filter over the stack?
 

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You want to buy one that fits your intake, just find the specs for the one you have and buy the appropriate size.
 

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For the horsepower that the Versas have there really isn't any point.

Essentially, velocity stacks are used to squeeze ever single miniscule HP from a turbo setup to make it as efficient as possible.
 
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