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Cold air induction.. 95VR

Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by VEARGH, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. VEARGH

    VEARGH "Stop,Drop..KaboOm.*

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    Hey fellas, what cold air intake setups have you got on your car? I have been looking on ebay and you can get the basic holden setup for around $60 which is meant to give 30% more intake. But i think it would be cheaper to run my own pipe and mod my filter box. What do you guys rekon? Cheers
     
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    TheForgotten only human......

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    I've got a VS super6 on mine, but when the new engine goes in I'm gonna run a custom pipe which will give even colder air. not hard and real cheap.
    when you look at the ones on ebay, just remember that the price stated is only about $5 cheaper than holden charge for a genuine item, but you pay through the nose for frieght
     
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    I reckon the pipe setup as TheForgotten said is the best, It'll work better then the standard CAI.
     
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    Cut front of air box off and drilled holes under and on sides of box cost $0
     

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