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#1 Old 04-23-2011, 05:10 PM
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sard intake just broke

When I was just cleaning my MAF, the filter from my sard intake busted right off its housing.(which blows ### it seems that Sard is straight up Japanese and I cant seem to find a replacement!) My intake is full silicone from the turbo and now I want to replace the whole thing. Thing is, I dont have the stocker to make use of certain parts of it for an ordinary after market
So my question would be: what short ram intake(after market) will give me tubing from my turbo to filter?
I was going to go with SPT or Cobb, but the Cobb looks as though its only the very end of the intake...just the part with the MAF housing and the filter.

Please let me know what you guys run and give me some feedback on your intakes. Would be greatly appreciated.....thanx

Duct tape will do for now I suppose....uggh........thanx.....CHEERS!

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are you talking about the turbo inlet hose?

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yes, the whole deal

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my silicone one clamps directly to my turbo, so i want to replace everything!

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A cobb intake with a perrin inlet makes for a good setup...i run the cobb with a cover so it stays a little colder, and once I do my turbo upgrade I'm going to run the perrin inlet. I know alot of people run into problems with the cheaper silicone inlets when they get into high boost.

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yeah, think im just gonna go with the cobb and keep my silicone for now, so i dont spend more than I should since ill ###### be going fmic in the future, sounds good to me.
but for this week, duct tape works awesome..haha

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