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Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures #48528 Sep 26, 1:19pm Sep 26, 1:19pm
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Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures
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Injen Intake Heat Shield (POLISHED) Pictures

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The Polished Aluminum Heat shield/Splash guard is used on Cold air Intakes to help avoid excess water ingestion or on Ram air Intakes to avoid heat soak.

By deflecting hot engine compartment air, a heat shield helps cool the Intake air charge and boost power. This is a great addition to your air induction system, and a perfect accent to detail your engine bay.

Features polished aluminum construction and etched Injen logo. Fits most aftermarket air filters with 2.5, 2.75, and 3 inch outlet flange such as Injen, AEM, AC, K&N...etc. Does not fit "mushroom" or "blow-off" type air filters, or air filters with integrated heat shields.

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Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48529 Sep 26, 1:25pm Sep 26, 1:25pm
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nice!!

Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48530 Sep 26, 1:28pm Sep 26, 1:28pm
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yup..that's how it looks in my car! very satisfied with it. it was dirty last weekend and used some Mother's aluminum polish... eek..wow, looks great i think! thumbsup


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48531 Sep 26, 3:09pm Sep 26, 3:09pm
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yep...I gotta buy that too. grin


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Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: VSGTS14] #48532 Sep 26, 3:20pm Sep 26, 3:20pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
yep...I gotta buy that too. grin


thumbsup go fo it...sometimes i just pop my Hood when i gas up to look at it...


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48533 Sep 26, 4:04pm Sep 26, 4:04pm
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umm, mounted like that it would hold the hot air in, and collect the air from the engine


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Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: ssgsky] #48534 Sep 26, 4:13pm Sep 26, 4:13pm
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Originally Posted by ssgsky
umm, mounted like that it would hold the hot air in, and collect the air from the engine


hot air will go wherever it wants...it doesn't just stop and collect(actually to be techical hot air rises while cool air sinks). when i got it installed i had the same fear but to be honest i felt no increase of heat soak or loss of performance when i got it installed... thumbsup


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: ssgsky] #48535 Sep 26, 8:24pm Sep 26, 8:24pm
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Originally Posted by ssgsky
umm, mounted like that it would hold the hot air in, and collect the air from the engine


its actually mounted right behind your fan. so basically, the fan keeps the air around your Air Filter, cooler because it's constantly being circulated all the way around with new cooler air

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At first, I thought as you did, and I attempted to install it with the "dish" at the bottom, but there was not enough clearance between the engine and the radiator fan, which pushed the cone in to the Hood; 1. having the Hood rest on the filter, 2. creating an almost complete "air cup" -- which is probably not so good.

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Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48536 Sep 26, 10:07pm Sep 26, 10:07pm
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looks really nice! must add that to my 'must get list'.. thumbsup

Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: isaac] #48537 Sep 26, 10:42pm Sep 26, 10:42pm
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it looks great. so thats the proper way to put it on? b/c i usually see it under the filer.

Re: Intake, Injen Intake Heat Shield / Spash Guard - Pictures [Re: SilverGT] #48538 Sep 28, 4:18pm Sep 28, 4:18pm
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Originally Posted by SilverGT
it looks great. so thats the proper way to put it on? b/c i usually see it under the filer.


i think it's the only way to put it on... confused


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