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whats up . i got a 98 gtp with 3.4 in pulley, 180 t-stat, k&n filter at the moment. but what is the best CAI kit available?? :confused:
 

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You can go to the links to performance shops on this website, SLP, Intense, whatever. Or pfyc.com, 3800performance.com, thrashercharged.com, ebay. You'll pay from 200 to 250 for one. And be sure and get the right one, if you're planning on installing a ram air hood, get the ram air box. None of these are that much better than the other though. :mad:

Or here are some links to some do-it-yourself turtorials: :D

http://www.mccgp.com/upgrades.php
http://www.clubgp.com/cgi-asp/mods.asp
http://www.grandprix.net/upgrades/
 

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Or check the forums and buy one used.
 

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I order my K&n cone filter today and plan on doing the install friday. I can wait. I plan on gutting the airbox using a 4" pvc pipe to connect the filter and the stock intake hose. then on the fender side use some more 4" pvc to get the cold air from the fender. this will be my first real mod. I am gettin a 3.4 pully later this month. :cool:
 

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They're all just about the same performance wise, about 5 HP. I think the Thrasher looks the best but, performs no better than any of the others. If things are tight in the wallet you can get a used one pretty cheap.
 

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They're all just about the same performance wise, about 5 HP. I think the Thrasher looks the best but, performs no better than any of the others. If things are tight in the wallet you can get a used one pretty cheap.
i would say make your own, a FWI would be the easiest to make, intense sells intake tubing for about 12.00 a foot and all you need is about 2.5 feet, but i would order three feet and go from there, you would also need a coupler,and a small piece of curved pvc pipe
 

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all aftermarket intakes are about the same.
make it yourself like 8-ur-honda said.
but i would goto home depot or your local hardware store for my tubing and what not. if you feel like it you can buy plexi and some heatshielding material and make a fancy ass box. just use a sealent at the edes and you can get some cheap ducting to have it all sorts of fancy...

but at the end of the day it's just an intake and makes more sound then noise.
 
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