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Old 01-29-2008, 11:05 AM   #1
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Default Poll: If Cooleeze made a CAI Pipes....

that was compatable with most 3" intakes would you buy it?

Basically i tried contacting them to see if they would construct some nice pipes to attach a air filter on, basically its the only part of the intake they dont offer anything for. I didnt get anysort of response but perhaps if we get enough people here to say they would be intrested and had someone with more pull like a forum admin to convince them maybe they would

Personally i don't like the idea of try'n to put together something together that would look ugly next to the nice shiny cooleeze IC pipes heh
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Old 01-31-2008, 05:05 PM   #2
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i cant believe there arent any cold air intake kits for 7mgte's.. seen them for NA cars, but never an entire kit like that for the turbo cars.
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:40 AM   #3
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ive looked alot, there is one i have seen.... 2K Racing Cold Air Intake System with 3&#34 Piping & Weapon R Air Filter Fits on all Supra (86.5-92) $199.00
but at the price and little info on the product and poor pictures lol not wanting to go that route.... It seems to place the filter behind ur fog light.... but i like myfog lights lol

besides not a big fan of weapon R, aparntly they have metal in the filter that tends to heat up very easily.... kinda defeats the hole purpose of a CIA
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Well for 200 bucks. Thats not bad.
Matter of fact it may the ultimate.

No one I know of makes these things.
k and n makes an fipk.

And someone else makes filters to go on right there where the stock filter
is applied.

Other than that. Everyone makes there own basically.

It looks like a nice rig even though it's on e bay.

That is the closest thing I have seen to a real cai that wasn't jimmy rigged.
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i have been trying to find picutres of people who have the K&N installed.... didnt seem like it did much other than stick a filter on where the air box used to be

Not saying that one for 200 is bad, just cant find any info on it. dont like weapon r filters and no decent pictures to justify my 200$$
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There's more than one and the most common, you have already seen.

There's another one that is the entire unit in what seemed to be one piece.
Regardless. It didn't suck enough cold air.
The people I knew that had them. loved them.
Some of them raved on them.

Stick with the stocker set up and then build that airbox.
If you remove the plastic covers and get your face in that great void of space. You'll see that there is plenty of room to be utilized.
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Yes would love to make a box that helps channel the air from the whole that is alrdy present instead of sucking in engine bay heat.

Personally i do not know how to go about this..
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my current set up w/ lipp adapter and AEM dry flow filter

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Thought I'd share my CAI pipe made from Home Depot PVC pipes...just 3" black pipe, a 60* bend and a 3" - > 2" adapter to fit to the throttle body with a rubber fitting and clamps. Works great, and I think it looks better in my dirty engine bay than an outstanding shiny chrome pipe! Filter is AEM dryflow 3x5"

You can hardly see it but I have a (poorly) fashioned shield to act as a condom around the filter. I made this out of cheap aluminum roofing. It seems to keep some of the heat out but as importantly is effective in blocking water from splashing up. It's attached with brackets made from the same material looped into the clamp.

Total cost including AEM filter was about $60.

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Thats nice and all but black doesn't cool down very well and metal cools more easily than plastic.

With that set up, your filter is still not in the cool spot.
And with it open without an airbox or being on the right side of the wall.
You have no way to control the air temp other than throttle up.

The stock intake is better than what is being shown here.

BUt I must say. I have done the same type of thing.
Never applied it but I built the model.
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