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Old 05-28-2001, 09:10 PM   #1
North Ursalia
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Post "My New Turn3/Custom Cold Air Box Intake" or "Kevin T I Put The Turn3 To Good Use"

<FONT face="Comic Sans MS">So, I had long heard the Turn3 was a great intake, but they stopped making it in 98 or 99. When Kevin was selling his, I jumped at the bits and pieces. I fashioned a cold air box for the cone filter and the spiffy aluminum airflow horn, and connected it to the stock air filter box to help save low-end torque. I need to find a stock air filter (to cut up for the gasket) so I can pull the K and N panel filter out of said airbox. Makes more of a difference than I thought it would, even with the 2 filters on at present. My ass is happy for a bit .

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Old 05-29-2001, 01:30 AM   #2
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You should just buy one of the gaskets. Easier than cutting up a filter.
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