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SLP cold air induction

This is a discussion on SLP cold air induction within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; does anyone have pictures of the SLP cold air induction package (the metal ram air box) installed on a car? ...

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    SLP cold air induction

    does anyone have pictures of the SLP cold air induction package (the metal ram air box) installed on a car? all they ever show is what you get with the kit...i've never seen it installed.

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    not much to see w the lid on

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    where is it fitted? i haven't had much experience under the hood of the f-body to understand how this thing fits in the compartment.

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    okay so do a google search (duh right)...anyway found this pic. can anyone explain how this is oriented and where it is drawing the air mass from?

    is this an advanced expensive version of the free "cut your airbox mod"?
    Last edited by 1MileCrash; 04-16-2007 at 10:21 AM.

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    bASICALLY you have to cut a hole right under the air filter. It has to be the size of the metal piece they give you. So it basically suck air from underneath the car. If you buy one just make sure you do not drive into puddles of water, because it is like a vacuum and it will suck water into the intake. Djvaley, a member here, has that system and had that problem. Good thing for him, he now has an LS2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman22 View Post
    bASICALLY you have to cut a hole right under the air filter. It has to be the size of the metal piece they give you. So it basically suck air from underneath the car. If you buy one just make sure you do not drive into puddles of water, because it is like a vacuum and it will suck water into the intake. Djvaley, a member here, has that system and had that problem. Good thing for him, he now has an LS2.
    he went into a river / huge puddle/ small pond. it's a basic mod and works well with the others.

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    hahaha...alrighty...well i guess i'll steer clear of this one and just look at a lid in that case. thanks guys.

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    i have it and would reccommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bevenue View Post
    I have it and like it.
    WHy if you have an SS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman22 View Post
    WHy if you have an SS?
    more flow.

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    I like mine.You can go to SLP's website,look for it like you want to buy it and then click on installation and youll get an idea how it goes on-not hard at all.

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    I like the ram air too! The SSRA is pretty cool. Just be careful in the rain.

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    for that slp kit fast toys made a add on kit to make it a functiual ram air for

    http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...duct_info.php?

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