|05-06-2001, 04:22 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: the T-dot - The green igloo billowing black smokeVehicle:
Tanned - BRP
Wow - PRM Intake is awsome!
I just go my PRM intake. Sound like a Jet/Helicopter taking off. Totally stock sound under 3000 rpm, but if you really hit the gas it grunts extremely loud. I would't even want to thing how it would sound with an exhaust. For those of you who want to pick one up I highly suggest it. Defintly worth what I paid. Very noticable throttle response and sound.
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|05-06-2001, 05:27 PM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: Roseville, Ca, USAVehicle:
98 BK-GT White
'97 SVX Ebony Pearl
Nick, Tell us more! Like, what did you pay! The product looks awesome, but nothing for us MAF folks, again!!!
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|05-06-2001, 10:44 PM||#3|
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Join Date: May 2000
Location: Colorado Springs CO USAVehicle:
2013 B9 Tribeca LTD
2005 Impreza 2.5 RS
FYI - Actually, I can sell you PRM Racing air filters ($139.95) and MAF adapters ($39.95) seperately, so you can make your own PRM intake; and I hope to have the rest of the parts measured and cut for a full intake soon.
I can also sell you the 3" polished aluminum tubing to attach to each end of the filter($58) with one 65 degree bend and one straight piece, and the 4 yellow silicone connectors and 8 hose clamps (approx $39.95) needed to make a full intake (that goes from the air-plenum at the back of the motor to the hole in the inner fender). But, for now you'd need to do the final measurements for cutting the aluminum yourself, until I get another MY98 and a MY99 in to play with. I couldn't get the other cheaper cold air filters listed at my site anymore, and had to start this project over from scratch, so I need to take measurements again.
All you'd need to do is cut the aluminum tubing with a fine tooth hacksaw so as to aim the filter toward the hole in the inner fender, and cut the straight pipe shorter to fit about 1-2" into the inner fender (past the yellow wiring harness), and you'd get to make a bracket to secure the MAF adapter to the chasis.
The prices above include shipping only if you buy everything together. Filter oiling kit sold seperately, and you don't wanna over-oil a filter or you risk blowing the MAF, esp MY99. You can see the links above, or email email@example.com fo rmore info.
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