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Pod filter in my 91 vn berlina

TUFF_VN

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hey... i have been contemplating whether to put a Pod filter in my 91 vn berlina... but i've heard that i could get power loss if i put it in. i have already got a VS cold air intake and a K&N panel filter... should i get the pod or stick wif what i've got????


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Do a search. This topic is covered a couple of times a week.
Most people will say (including me) to keep the cai and panel filter. The filter flows more than enough for most engines, and gets a constant supply of nice cold air...well colder than in the engine bay anyway
 

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i agree, the only way a pod will be better is if you enclose it in a box and have some corregated flexi pipe running from behind the bumper to supply colde air.

but you are best staying with what you got
 

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use the money to get a tune from greenfoam
 

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where the best place to get a Cold Air Intake anyway? I want one for my VN and the places Ive seen that have them sell them $400 plus, which seems like a bit of a rip. How much did you guys pay for your CAIs?
 

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a vs s/c v6 cai is about 50 bucks from holden, bolts up to your existing airtbox with minor mods.

The gm product is pretty **** werak anyway i wouldnt call it the best cai out there, get some 55-60mm hose and spend some time making a setup directed from the front bumper bar to the airbox, they can be very discreet, neat and yield just as much power as a gm cai.
 
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