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    Power filter for a 300x

    Any major gains by adding either the complete power filter kit, or the cool air intake?


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    Somebody has to have some feedback on this?

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ID:	244728i have the Farthing air intake kit that puts the filter in the storage area. I modified it by putting the bulkhead cover back in and routing the two forward air hosed into the the storage area. It seems to be more consistent with speed probably due to not getting the heat from the engine area. I didn't seem to gain any rpm until I take the bucket out and then I gain about .7 mph. I think I'm going to try to add 2 holes with hoses for a total of four into the storage area and I think that will do it. Obviously with the bucket seal out water intake will be a problem, so thus the air inlet hoses.

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    Oh and its loud as hell. If you like the supercharger whine, you will love this intake.

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    just made pretty much the same thing but ran the hose's hard on the left side... takes a little shove but i can get the full bucket back in.... havent tested it either way just finished up that, boost, and afr gauges

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    just made pretty much the same thing but ran the hose's hard on the left side... takes a little shove but i can get the full bucket back in.... havent tested it either way just finished up that, boost, and afr gauges
    Any upates on this , how did you make one ? What material ?

    Thanks!

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    waste of time IMO, it is loud though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    waste of time IMO, it is loud though!
    I really thought it would work. I saw the similar setup on a Yamaha here and I liked it from the start but the look of a mod does not make it work. Thanks for sharing.

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    i really dont think you can beat the oem intake, for history sake read skips review on all the intakes available surely there is something to be learnt there

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    i really dont think you can beat the oem intake, for history sake read skips review on all the intakes available surely there is something to be learnt there
    Can you help me find the link please?

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