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So i'm new, I managed to find an intake for my car, and i read in the drifting/technique section that metal pedals are better than stock plastic ones, I want your opinion on this "chrome intake" eBay Motors: 01 02 03 04 05 HYUNDAI ACCENT 1.6 1.6L 4CYL Air Intake (item 370066553914 end time Jul-13-08 01:39:38 PDT) Im looking to buy a good Intake that will improve my Gas mileage as well as my HP. I have a $50 budget for the intake.


Next look at these pedals and tell me if they would fit and work well, im looking for good grip/good looking ones and looking to spend no more than $20

eBay Motors: NOKYA PEDAL Hyundai Accent Sonata Tiburon Tucson (item 270253952686 end time Jul-15-08 20:18:28 PDT)

I heard somone mention that they kept their ebayed intake pipe and just bought a better cone filter for their's, if I keep the chrome pipe, what Cone filters do you guys reccommend?

I am open to suggestions for a better intake/pedals and criticism. LOL :D
 

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save your dignity and avoid the pedals. please. so tacky. the intake is just a generic one, it's better than stock, so why not get it? and upgrading to a K&N or similar would help too
 

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Clip on pedals suck. The adhesive will wear and they will probably give you less control than stock pedals because you'll have pieces of cheap metal clanging around.

I had some back in high school on my old escort which had your standard size pedals. I tried to put the clip on things on my accent and the accelerator pedal in the accent is too small for these.

Don't buy those. I like the idea of putting griptape from skateboards on there. Sounds like it would get you what you want.
 
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