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Old 28 Nov 2003, 12:58 am
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Default The only TRUE Cold air intake!!

I have developed the ONLY TRUE cold air intake(patent pending) ALL others are either a variation of an open air system or it's a closed system made of uninsulated METAL - conducts heat. Mine is made of insulated 1/4 inch insulated plexiglass and seals to the hood as well as the fender side. It uses a 3" insulated plastic polimer tubing from the K&N down to the turbo and is as easy to install as taking out your stock one!! Check it out!
My air comes from the fender hole and a functional Lund hood scoop.Go to http://www.geocities.com/airbillster/index.html
and see ALL my goodies!!
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Went to see how much - your "ordering information" page comes up with an American flag background, the "ordering information" heading, and nothing else.[:I]
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Where's you temperature test results and dyno sheet?
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Old 28 Nov 2003, 11:34 am
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quote:Originally posted by Jody

Where's you temperature test results and dyno sheet?
http://www.ptdoityourself.net/ptairstudy.html
Here's the temp study for the intake design I followed. Mine is a little different, but the theory is the same.
http://www.ptdoityourself.net/ptaaiguide.html#8
My newest cold-air intake is #8.


I've not seen any other temperature reports to compare it to.
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Sorry, I started putting this site together wednesday and not quite finished. The "Fastlane" Cold air intake is only $229 plus shipping it includes everything you see in the pics, takes about 2 weeks for delivery and standard usps runs about $10
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