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    Great to hear Mystic Mirage. Would you mind sharing some pics of your intake with the MAF sensor housing?

    Axeldsm1, your part is on the printer today.


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    Yes!!! I Name:  IMG_20150711_200148.jpg
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Size:  94.5 KBCan wait to make a custom cold air intake to go with my custom hks exhaust, speedlad header!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    Great to hear Mystic Mirage. Would you mind sharing some pics of your intake with the MAF sensor housing?

    Axeldsm1, your part is on the printer today.
    I'll get some pics up this weekend. Need to tinker with the custom mounting brackets I made anyhow.

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    What I would really like to do with one of these is just mount a small k&n filter to the end of it and call it a day. I'm guessing I would need to fashion some kind of bracket to keep it from bouncing around, is that correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by axeldsm1 View Post
    Yes!!! I Name:  IMG_20150711_200148.jpg
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Size:  94.5 KBCan wait to make a custom cold air intake to go with my custom hks exhaust, speedlad header!!!
    Your car looks great! Next summer I am going to get new rims in white. My car is blue and I thought about getting the same color wheels you have but I did not want to copy the blue and gold look of a Subaru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstreak View Post
    What I would really like to do with one of these is just mount a small k&n filter to the end of it and call it a day. I'm guessing I would need to fashion some kind of bracket to keep it from bouncing around, is that correct?
    Yep, you'll need some sort of bracket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstreak View Post
    What I would really like to do with one of these is just mount a small k&n filter to the end of it and call it a day. I'm guessing I would need to fashion some kind of bracket to keep it from bouncing around, is that correct?
    If you put a K&N directly on the end, you will kill the MAF sensor. A high flowing oil-less filter like an AEM dry flow would be optimal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basic View Post
    If you put a K&N directly on the end, you will kill the MAF sensor. A high flowing oil-less filter like an AEM dry flow would be optimal.
    Hadn't thought of that, good call.

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    Anybody else running this? Thinking about picking one up

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    That black mirage looks just totally sick. If I didnt already own a mirage i'd be asking to buy that.

    Really wanna get my mirage paid off so me and the wifie can mod it.

    We're trying to chomp down on payments. Paying around $700 a month now towards the car. Wanna be paid off by April of next year for sure.



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