Planning on doing something like that. I got the same filter as Fast98ss350 (only mine cost $19:bash: ) and autozone has Civic intake tubes for $40. :evilg: complete intake for $60:evilg:LOWRDS10 said:I had a custom intake on my 99, I used a honda civic air intake pipe and a S&B air filter it was fine till I tried something different
you are right, that was the point I was trying to make.I made my own cold intake by sealing the stock airbox,then making a 4inch hole on the bottom of the box and made a 5inch hole on the driver fenderwell. Ran an aluminum 4inch pipe from the box to out of the engine compartment,sealed it and dropped in a k&n filter,works for me $25 for a real cold air intake. Let me know when you will go to the track again,i wouild like to go and run my truck.How about this weekend?:evilg:trakBum said:i ran at Carlsbad raceway on sat and Fontana raceway on sunday, i wanted to see the improvments in my time since i added the SLP cold air intake & hypertech power programer III.
last month with only a Gibson exuast and MSD & wires i ran a consistant 17.01 @ 81 mph all day
After adding SLP & PPIII this past saturday i ran a best time of 16.2 @85.07 mph with a reaction time of .511 at around 4:30/5 pm when it cooled off a little but all day 16.4/6/7 worse time of 17.05 @82.37 mph (red lite .393) lol
my point is the SLP intake works well and is cheeper than the K&N and the Volants both over $250
yes maybe not the $135 like the Airaid but thats not a cold air box like SLP, whatever you buy or build you need to make sure it is not sucking hot air form your engine bay otherwise it not a "COLD AIR SYSTEM" like the above pictures will take a pic and post soon, hope this helps
have fun TC