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    4" intake

    Where to find a 4" intake for 2005 gtx s/c 185. thanks in advance. --jeremy


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    I don't think anyone makes one for that. Youll need to get the four in. adaptor and make one up yourself

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    Where to find 4" adapter and filter? Also, will this be a rear-air intake, or should I plan to route it like OEM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpeconsult View Post
    Where to find 4" adapter and filter? Also, will this be a rear-air intake, or should I plan to route it like OEM?
    4" adaptor in the Hulk store
    I bought a Stainless Steel filter off of Amazon for $38.

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    The Pirahna parts one should work.

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    run it to stocl location, 4" is plenty of flow for a 185hp, and up front location is much safer. get the adapter and filter like darth said.

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    searched 4-tec performance and cannot find the adapter. Will someone point me in the correct direction for the adapter, and even with a 4" filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpeconsult View Post
    searched 4-tec performance and cannot find the adapter. Will someone point me in the correct direction for the adapter, and even with a 4" filter?
    Here you go....
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...aptor&sort=20a

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    Autozone has the stainless steel filters for $50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrich View Post
    Autozone has the stainless steel filters for $50.
    Amazon has for $31...
    http://www.amazon.com/Spectre-9735-S...3540996&sr=8-2

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