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Has anyone put a cold air intake on a T1 daytona. K&N would be the best but they dont make one specificaly for it. Has anyone bought a universal one and installed it? What are my options out there and would any custom fabrication be necesary.
 

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i used a peice of exhaust pipe spraypainted black and a $12 ebay filter
 

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i did the same but used an older greddy filter i got off my buddy, works so much better.
 
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Forward Motion sells cold air intakes for all turbo dodge's. The best way is to just get a mandrel bent pipe off JC Whitney and get a K&N cone filter
 

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pvc tubing $3.50
pvc elbow $1.25
k&n cone filter $45.00
Needing new tires every couple of weeks.... priceless
 
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Does anyone have any pictures to show how to run the intake? And do you need to run anything in the tubing (air flow sensor, ext)?
 

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I did this for my T2 ShelbyZ. 3" 90 and a 3" 45 with a custom stainless box around the filter and SMEC. I could see the airbox temps because I could read the temp sensor in the smec. I tested it at the track without the airbox done vs. just the stock smooth T1 hose with no filter and this one sucking in hot underhood air and picked up a consistent .1 of a second which calculates to about 10hp. It'd work on a Mitsu equipped car too but the gains would probably be less.






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