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Blitz Intake #365547 Jan 4, 11:06pm Jan 4, 11:06pm
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Blitz Intake
Does the blitz Intake for a GT fit a GTS and can you put a K&N filter on it?

Re: Blitz Intake [Re: wacko604] #365548 Jan 6, 9:35pm Jan 6, 9:35pm
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i found out that is does fit...do any of you know the diamter of the blitz filter or the part number for a K&N filter that will fit it?

Re: Blitz Intake [Re: wacko604] #365549 Jan 6, 10:52pm Jan 6, 10:52pm
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Dude, try using this to help you.

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/searchmembers.php

fill out the Blitz Intake in the "engine mods" section. that way you can PM the people who actually have it thumbsup


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Re: Blitz Intake [Re: Zero] #365550 Jan 7, 2:37pm Jan 7, 2:37pm
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i dont know if blitz makes one specifically for the gts but if they dont then why not go with one that is made for the gts specifcally and it will work better AEM or tpr-and Injen if you dont mind losing low end power and gaining highend


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Re: Blitz Intake [Re: celicadragon] #365551 Jan 8, 5:12am Jan 8, 5:12am
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Why on earth on would you want to exchange the filter for a k&n? If you're worried that the metallic blitz SUS filter is too open and lets through too many particles, buy the blitz LM Intake instead.

Anyways, the INSIDE diameter of the lip on the blitz filter (the filter is thread on the outside of the Intake housing, so you can't buy anything smaller than this) is 54cm.

The hight/length of the filter (including the lip that sits outside the Intake housing) is almost 13cm.

This is measurments taken off the blitz LM filter.

Re: Blitz Intake [Re: celicat23] #365552 Jan 8, 10:43am Jan 8, 10:43am
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54cm for the inside diameter? That can't be right that's more than a foot? The reason i'm thinking about a K&N filter for it is because i'm looking at a used LM one and the filters on these aren't cleanable right? or am i wrong? thanks for the info guys

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