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Old 04-16-2014, 04:12 PM   #126
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No pics installed? Did you read the thread?

The filter appears to not got down nearly as far into the fender as the AEM. Unless you're driving through massive puddles on a daily basis I wouldn't worry about it.

I went with the K&N intake per recommendation from Eric at TP. I also wanted something really loud.

This is a true CAI so I would expect to see a slight bump in HP. It may also aid in throttle response/spool.
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Nameless already posted dyno reading from this intake.

Also I posted pics pre install and installed.
Sorry about that. I didn't realize that the (public access) computers at my work block image hosts like imgur, so even though I scrolled through the previous page the pictures didn't show up--it just looks empty. When I got home I checked the thread again and saw the pics. My bad.

As far as the effectiveness of the intake -- yeah...I saw the dyno results--I just wasn't sure if I could believe it because so many have claimed intakes just aren't that effective on these cars. Those gains are awesome though. I was wondering if the gains were primarily due to some unrelated delta in the AEM Cobb map or something causing results that weren't 100% correlated with the intake modification.
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Old 04-20-2014, 02:32 AM   #127
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Updated original post with info. Baseline tune was Axelback+Stage 1 Tune.

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Sorry if this has already been asked but do you know what Octane the 2012 STI was running for the test? 91 Map or 93? Thanks!
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Old 04-25-2014, 01:17 AM   #128
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Waiting for mine to come in. I already have a Nameless catback and have the intake plus downpipe on orde, and getting a protune at COBB Surgeline once the parts come in. Really curious to see what this full Nameless setup puts out. I'll post charts when I have them! Can't wait
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Old 04-25-2014, 02:14 PM   #129
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Cant wait to see those, Ive got the same set up basically
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Old 04-27-2014, 11:20 AM   #130
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Anyone else purchase this intake? I got it in the mail yesterday and installed it. Tube still seems to be a bit long....and anyone having issues with that little circular slotted piece? I dropped it in the MAF housing and it moved around and to top it off it ended up getting sucked through the tube!!! Kinda mad right now I went with this intake....should have waited longer for the kinks to be worked out
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Old 04-27-2014, 06:38 PM   #131
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You dont need the splitter. I talked to nameless and its just a fix for if you are having "wonky fuel issues", so Id suggest leaving it out.
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Old 05-15-2014, 11:27 PM   #132
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Anyone else purchase this intake? I got it in the mail yesterday and installed it. Tube still seems to be a bit long....and anyone having issues with that little circular slotted piece? I dropped it in the MAF housing and it moved around and to top it off it ended up getting sucked through the tube!!! Kinda mad right now I went with this intake....should have waited longer for the kinks to be worked out
Which side of the MAF sensor did you place the splitter? It should go on the filter side of the MAF housing setup like the splitter in this image:
http://www.corksport.com/blog/wp-con...3inMAF_600.jpg

And like currymaciel mentioned it more than likely isn't needed if your running an AEM intake map or protune.

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Old 05-30-2014, 01:09 AM   #133
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To those of you who installed this already, did you just wing it or are there instructions somewhere? I know it's just an intake and I could probably figure it out by toying around with it, but I'd rather be 100% sure I do everything correctly.
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Old 06-03-2014, 06:51 PM   #134
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So I winged it, and got it mind installed. Kinda a pain in the butt; I think Nameless is still shipping them with the silicon tube a but too long, so it takes a lot of finagling. Once it's in, the first thing I noticed is it's way quieter than I expected, which can be a good or a bad thing, depending on preference (I like it more quiet). The intake looks great; power really doesn't feel that different with the COBB ots AEM map, which is the one you need to use. We'll see what changes occur in combination with the Nameless downpipe when I get that installed with a protune next week.


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