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has anyone tried a pvc intake or would it be bad?
I'm just curious. I'd like to know.


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some people have tried it on Accents, I dunno about Elantras. I don't think it is, the pvc could melt under hot enough conditions. Get exhaust tubing, the flexible kind from like summitracing.com or jcwhitney.com (I think I spelled that wrong)<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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Thanx for the input. Im goin' to try some different things and see what will work.

Ps i think its JCW.com



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i have pvc intake it's holds up fine to the heat i also painted in a high degree paint to help it more


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PVC!!! now look at this duct tape ghetto style intake :)

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Does that ghetto intake work well?
Whats is and how was it made?



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HAHA it's just one of many prototypes for an auto Elantra intake, the err, final version is on it's way ( I'm testing it ).


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