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jaysun
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jaysun Jul 16, 3:59pm - #27959 
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intake question?

in my wheel well on the drivers side i have a big hole in the plastic from it comin loose, after i had an aftermarket bumper installed. the hole is big enough that you can see my filter. is this gonna pose a problem during rain or anything. or any other problem?
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Gen7fan
ThE iRoN mAiDeN
Gen7fan Jul 16, 4:13pm - #27960 
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I'm going to say...Yes!
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sappemall99
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sappemall99 Jul 16, 4:14pm - #27961 

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thats why i'm goin with the Short Ram, and yes that is a huge prob

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Evan
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Evan Jul 16, 4:16pm - #27962 

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yes, you could go over a puddle and have a huge water splash get in there.. fix it now and thank yourself later!

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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jul 16, 6:59pm - #27963 
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how did a hole get rubbed that big? I have never heard of anyone having this problem before.
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CeliCaRM2001
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CeliCaRM2001 Jul 17, 12:43am - #27964 
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Mass
I think maybe it was loose and was rubbing against his tire. Maybe
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Evan
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Evan Jul 17, 12:44am - #27965 

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Originally Posted by CeliCaRM2001
I think maybe it was loose and was rubbing against his tire. Maybe


must've been.. sounds like a shitty install on the bumper

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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Jul 17, 4:47am - #27966 

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Short Ram are awesome!

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PBCelica02
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PBCelica02 Jul 17, 6:01am - #27967 

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fix the whole..you'll be fine. go to a yard and get a replacement piece
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PyRoLiTe
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PyRoLiTe Jul 17, 9:13am - #27968 

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ok, stoopid ?..but what the diff between Short Ram and C.A.I???

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PBCelica02
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PBCelica02 Jul 17, 9:29am - #27969 

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Short Ram is um..shorter and it stays on the topside of your engine.

CAI (Cold Air Intake) puts the filter down underneath the engine by your foglight.
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PyRoLiTe
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PyRoLiTe Jul 17, 9:39am - #27970 

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so which is better?

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CeliCaRM2001
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CeliCaRM2001 Jul 17, 9:46am - #27971 
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Mass
CAI is better it breathes cooler air then Short Ram. thumbsup
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isaac
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isaac Jul 17, 11:58am - #27972 
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Short Ram is better for engine display
CAI is better for performance

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