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This is a discussion on Lid within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I hear everybody talking about the lid they have. When I got my car it had a K&N CAI open ...

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    I hear everybody talking about the lid they have. When I got my car it had a K&N CAI open under the hood connected directly to the mass air and throttle body. With the Ram Air hood is this OK? Should I worry about a water issue at all?
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    nah....i have had the volant cai on my car for about a year...its my daily driver and never had a problem...and if its a true ws6 it has baffles in the ram air unless you or the person before you removed them... but even still your not gonna have a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by e_rock1234 View Post
    nah....i have had the volant cai on my car for about a year...its my daily driver and never had a problem...and if its a true ws6 it has baffles in the ram air unless you or the person before you removed them... but even still your not gonna have a problem
    Yep, what he said..

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    putting a CAI on my Lincoln was the best thing I ever did. My friend felt the same about the CAI on his Matrix and his Accord and my father feels the same about the CAI he put on his Geo.... yes i know...... a geo prizm.... otherwise known as a toyota corolla... actually a nice car! thankfully he didn't rice it. just the CAI and factory size Mille Miglia rims. totally not the point though. Point is a good CAI gives a little more air a throatier intake growl and when used properly even a slight bump in the MPG department. I say keep the CAI!

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