SKunk2 CAI Installed

Discussion in 'Intakes & TB Spacers' started by Juan Ortiz, Feb 22, 2015.

  1. Juan Ortiz

    Juan Ortiz Well-Known Member

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    Got my CAI installed finally IMG_20150221_100747471.jpg IMG_20150221_161913847_HDR.jpg IMG_20150221_161927681_HDR.jpg IMG_2502.JPG IMG_2507.JPG
     
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    Looks good. How difficult was the install?
     
  4. Juan Ortiz

    Juan Ortiz Well-Known Member

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    took me like 4 hours highly recommend removing the front bumper, and take your time on the wiring
     
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    Good looking ride ! What are your wheels/tires specs ?
     
  6. Juan Ortiz

    Juan Ortiz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks bro, my wheels are rota grids 17x8 +35 tire stock, I'm going 225 soon
     
  7. chris80i

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    Looks nice,
    I like the skunk2 look but 4 hours is a long time for a intake install. I wish they made the rewiring simple
     
  8. RujoKinJal

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    Very nice
     
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    How worried should I be with this installed during a rain storm? I'm thinking of plugging up the whole on the splash guard under the filter. I think I should be good I just want some reassurance. Lol.
     
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    You should be fine as long as you dont sink the entire filter in a puddle, I never had a problem with my old skunk2 intake with these fl rain, but for my prl cai I use a hydro shield to cover the splash gaurd hole under the filter instead of putting the hydro shield on the actual filter because vit said that does retrict some air flow.
     

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