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    Pics of JK's forced air intake system

    JK's been busy in the garage. Here are some pics of his forced air intake system ...
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    Why ?? Do you think it will run too lean?

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    You have 25% of the filter covered and not easily accessable to airflow. You are not getting the full benefit of your work.

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    air filter just set in for pic mounting will be at top and there will be a shield that comes over for deflecting water

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    I like to see new people joining the site and glad to see you here, but I dont know where to start, not being cruel but if your going to shop at Lowe's for your PWC parts go with pvc and loose the water inlet on the hood.

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    and that's a longggg run of pipe from the front bucket to the supercharger... depending how in depth with mods u plan on going, maybe something with more air flow and less heat absorbance like 4" flex hose that's thick rubber would be better?

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    Reminds me of something...

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    I think it will work well. I tried something similar a while back and gained over 1 mph.

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    JD 1, thanks, but not new, joined May 2005. Actually, shopped at West Marine and Discount Auto PVC too stiff, and it's not a water intake, but an air intake. Also how is testing going on the B supercharger kit with RIVA intake??

    11 - yep! Saw your pics last year and was thinking along those lines and came up with this. And in process of figuring out how to insulate.

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