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Homemade CAI

Soybean

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has anybody got any info and pics of what their homemade cold air intakes look like
 

Bob129

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yer, the vs v6 s/c cai is the easier option and is relatively inexpensive, just go to your local holden dealer...
 
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Do a search, there are a couple of home made jobs around. I, like everyone else, would go with a s/c cai.
 

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In my VR, I cut the bottom of the box (under air box), and I discovered the wheel was there, I'm thinking it would give wind up the filter. So I meshed the cut (so debrey doesnt get in), cut the bottom of the plastic air box and relocated the windscreen wiper bottle, and now it has a nice sound at 3000 revs and when I am climbing hills, it holds on the current gear longer without it shifting down to get power. But the downside would be is that the air filter will get dirty quicker and water would make it's way up.
 

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i understand that holden CAI's are probably the easiest option but i would like to have something different. something you dont see everytime you pop up a bonnet.
 

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You cant see mine, its in disguise;)
 
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