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    Joe
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    WTB: 4" Front Air

    I know I can and maybe should build this myself, but I was thinking if someone had one for sale, or wanted to build one and Mark it up say 15-20% and sell it to me........We could deal!

    Let me know,
    1IH


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    Quote Originally Posted by OneEyedHito View Post
    I know I can and maybe should build this myself, but I was thinking if someone had one for sale, or wanted to build one and Mark it up say 15-20% and sell it to me........We could deal!

    Let me know,
    1IH
    Maybe someone will have one for sale but they are quick, easy and cheap to do most guys do it themselves. There are lots of threads about them on here.

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    I read your posts on How-To, and it is a great post, I especially like the Aluminum one. I am one of those 'I want what I want and I want it now' people.....so I figured if I was going to have to source the components from multiple places to build one (multiple shipping charges also), it would be worth it to pay a little extra and install something that someone who knew what they were doing has built !

    I believe STS has come through for me, I will post updates later!

    Joe




    Quote Originally Posted by lafjax View Post
    Maybe someone will have one for sale but they are quick, easy and cheap to do most guys do it themselves. There are lots of threads about them on here.

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    $200 and you pay for the shipping. This is a great way to get fresh air going to your supercharger, increase HP and it looks and sounds great!!
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    Now that is how you bring something to the TABLE!!!!

    Looks nice! Are you saying that you include all necessary components included in the Visio Drawing for $200.00?
    1IH


    Quote Originally Posted by inteljd View Post
    $200 and you pay for the shipping. This is a great way to get fresh air going to your supercharger, increase HP and it looks and sounds great!!

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    Sorry - the $200 is only for the entire hood minus the speedo, you will get the chrome front piece and mirrors though. The only other thing you need is a 4" hose ran from your supercharger all the way up to your existing inner hood bucket. I'm assuming that you already have a 4" sc'r adapter.

    Hope that helps,
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    Joe
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    Thanks for the offer, but I am waiting on my 4" front air to get here still.
    Nice Fab work though.
    1IH

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    If you are interested I have the 3" Riva air intake complete I would sell for $140 + shipping. Filter is a little collapsed, but I tested with it off and got the same results. I installed 4" so I no longer need it.

    To setup the 4" you will spend anywhere from $100 - $200 just depending on how and what you use.
    My complete 4" setup cost $151:
    $60 for the 10' of Kanaflex shipped
    $50 for 4" R&D adapter for SC
    $26 for the 4" filter at AutoZone
    $15 for 4" aluminum tubing 6" long and 1" flat stock aluminum used to mount tubing

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    Joe
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    Gus,
    STS sold me his 4" setup. It is on it's way now!
    Thanks for the offer it is appreciated!!!!!!!!
    Joe


    Quote Originally Posted by Gus13letter View Post
    If you are interested I have the 3" Riva air intake complete I would sell for $140 + shipping. Filter is a little collapsed, but I tested with it off and got the same results. I installed 4" so I no longer need it.

    To setup the 4" you will spend anywhere from $100 - $200 just depending on how and what you use.
    My complete 4" setup cost $151:
    $60 for the 10' of Kanaflex shipped
    $50 for 4" R&D adapter for SC
    $26 for the 4" filter at AutoZone
    $15 for 4" aluminum tubing 6" long and 1" flat stock aluminum used to mount tubing

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