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It could certainly be tried.

Our cars actually are designed with a somewhat "cold air intake" already.

Air comes in from the driver fenderwell, through the power module (to keep it cool) and then into the intake piping and air filter. The first real performance upgrade to do to the intake is to get a better, free flowing, filter such as a K & N.
 

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If hes selling the piping and other pars for a cheap enough price, jump on it. Could always use some of it for a potential turbo build someday, if it doesnt make it onto the car now.

A better filter would help the car to breathe better, thats for sure.
 

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Our cars are more flow restricted on the exhaust side. As turismo mentioned, our induction set-up is already drawing the coldest ambient air possible into the intake tract. A drop-in K&N filter takes two minutes to install and is well worth the money. Unless you're planning on increasing your exhaust capability, putting a cone filter inside the engine bay will only allow your intake to draw in nicely warmed engine bay air easier. Very little, if any, improvement to be had there...
 
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