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Hello, just bought a "01" Tiburon and don't know jacksh**t about mods. I was reading the forums on the cold air intakes, I was wondering how they work, and where could I look in to pricing some. Thanks for any input.


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cold air intake works by moving the intake either behind a headlight, or down to the bottom fascia of a car, so colder air is sucked into the engine.

might be good for a few hp. but dont expect too much, car will definately sound different though.


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Some of the pros of ducting cold air in is: Volumetric efficency goes up, If the correct length of pipe and filter is used throttle response improves. When shopping for cold air intake, avoid ones with 90 degree bends in the pipe. Air doesn't like to turn corners. Its best to keep the filter as close to the throttle as possible and if you want duct cold air to the filter.


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