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Old 23 Nov 2010, 11:09 am
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Default Cold Air Intake from a srt4

Will it fit... I can get a heck of a deal on one brand new

i have a 05 ptgt
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Old 23 Nov 2010, 12:07 pm
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Default Re: Cold Air Intake from a srt4

Intake+intake manifold+exhaust+intercooler and such are different from the SRT4 compared to a PT GT.
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Old 23 Nov 2010, 01:40 pm
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It would only depend if there is enough space or not and if it can be secured properly. Be sure to get the turbo to airbox pipe. It's especially designed to speed up airflow into the turbo. It is a true CAI system.
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Old 23 Nov 2010, 02:21 pm
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Amazon.com: 2003-2005 Dodge Neon SRT4 SRT-4 2.4L Turbo Cold Air Intake with Filter 03 04 05: Home Improvement

Thats the one i found
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Old 24 Nov 2010, 01:29 pm
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My mistake. Thought you were talking about the stock airbox system for the Neon SRT-4. That is a true CAI. What you are looking at probably won't fit and is a hot air intake (HAI) with a great chance for vapor lock because it sits so low and is easily accessible to water in even slightly flooded streets. I know of several Neon srt's that suffered vapor lock with this type of HAI.
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Old 24 Nov 2010, 03:48 pm
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I'd say either buy or make a ttab (turbo to air box) pipe and keep the stock box since it pulls air from the fender already. The srt intake usually doesn't fit because the battery and air box locations are swapped between the pt and srt.
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