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does anyone have an opinion about the dragon intake with the ram air kit? are there any other intakes that give you more hp? <img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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My experience is to stay away from Weapon-R products, no matter how good it sounds. (I learned the hard way <img src=icon_smile_angry.gif border=0 align=middle>) If you want a bad ass foam element type air filter I'd rather get HKS.
 

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Are we forgeting KORE?

www.kore-motorsports.com/
 

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or don't leave the New SR one out in the cold

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i have to say that i went through NOPI and purchased a Weapon R intake for my '95 Ford Escort <img src=icon_smile_dead.gif border=0 align=middle>, and it's still doing just fine, it seems that WeaponR just had a bad batch... but for my tib it will probably be AOS Racing CAI...<img src=icon_smile_evil.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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Is the Weaopon-R the only intake that is made for the Tiburon?

i wanna stay away from Cold air ...anyone know?

and no not just a fliter please :) i want the intake pipe as well :)
 

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KORE, MHP, and Soon SR will have one.
Do a search for CAI or Cold Air Intake, or intake, and you'll find lotsa info
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If you do not want a CAI then go to http://gmpperformance.com/IntakeSystems.htm you can get a 45 degree elbo and then buy a filter of your choice. Aim the filter at the same spot that you stock air box was aimed. You will not need to purchase any reducers. All you will need to do is attach it to the flex pipe and use a hose clamp. You will also need to drill a hole in the pipe to install your MAS. To seal it you can use the little piece of rubber that seals it in the stock pipe. Now clamp the filter to the new piece of pipe that you just installed. All that is left is to secure your new intake. Use any HEAVY peice of metal strapping and bolt it to something secure. <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Oh yeah

If you use a filter with a heat shield it will help to prevent Hot air from being sucked in. (not totally prevent)

The total cost will be $50-$60



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