or you could see a decrease in performance since you dont have a single smooth intake routeyou can fabricate your own using home depot stuff for less than 20 bucks. Only difference is you get to show people when you pop your hood open you spent 200+ on an intake
lol how much performance loss are you talking about? -20 hp?or you could see a decrease in performance since you dont have a single smooth intake route
theres a reason that the better brands cost more, its R & D... I dont recommend spending more than 100 on the intake and filter, but why cheap out completely
According to Shenaniganz08 you will be losing hp cause only those +$200 cais have the "correct" bends. Maybe he thinks the way the car sucks in air makes a difference?i spent 50 bucks on my intake. it's just regular 3 inch aluminum piping wrapped in black heat wrap to a HKS filter.
Uh, I don't think you said that right. This is how it should read. Unless you're planning on driving into a flood that will submerge half your engine, then NO, it will not be a problem.SEARCH... and you will find your answer. unless you planning on driving on a flood that will submerge half of your engine then YES that will be a problem.
i would leave the stock intake if you live or drive through flood zones during the rainy season. just not worth the mind games if you know you're going to be driving thru flooded roads.One consideration is that i live in NYC and my car is daily driven...if i put AEM v2 or injen CAI and I drive accidentally over the water...is it gonna make a problem to my car ? because sometimes i have no choice when i am on a flooded highway.. thx