reactive is aight but we can better for our cars, but for their prices it really can't be beat my brother has a reactive or ractive fireball exhaust on his car and for the money 120 its not bad at all and sounds really good<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>
Since when do they make a CAI for the Tib?
Correct me if I am wrong but I didn't think they made a CAI for any Hyundais.
Are you just talking about an air filter?
If so you will not get any gains by just installing a cone filter on the end of your MAF.
Your best choices for an CAI for the Tib is the KORE intake but since you have the 98 SE I believe you have the lil Vapor canister in your fenderwell so it will not work for you. AOS also makes a good coice for a CAI for the Tibs and you will be able to use this one with no problems.
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Actually, a cone filter strapped to the MAFS is better than the factory air box, heat soak included.
As an aside (one thing Greg and I did not mention last year), when we dynoed our cars, we saw a gain just by removing the snorkel from the car, but leaving the air box in...not quite as much as the cold air intkaes from MHP and Kore (Gen 1), but there was a small gain.
Well there's a shop in my area that said they could get one...they also said they could get the injen one in the other thread for approximately the price quioted in the thread and I trust if they said they can get it that it must exist.
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