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Quick question #42073 Sep 3, 6:28pm Sep 3, 6:28pm
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Quick question
Does the Blitz SUS Intake (metal mesh one) fit a GT? And is it more likely to let water into the engine bay seeing how it's made out of metal instead of paper? The reason that I ask this is because I wanna order either C-One's or Varis Carbon Fiber Hood and they both have have an opening right above the Intake.

Re: Quick question [Re: v3n0m] #42074 Sep 3, 6:32pm Sep 3, 6:32pm
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I think so...
but you should stick with either Injen or AEM.


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