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Old 06-19-2012, 09:27 PM
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Thanks for all the responses. It looks like I'm going stay with my rev-up airbox. When I had it installed, I put the rev-up airbox, z-tube, and motordyne 5/16 plenum spacer all in at the same time. So, the difference was definately noticeable. I know the plenum spacer was the major contributor to the change, but the sound was better with the airbox and the z-tube. If anyone has any other comments feel free to contribute. I was contemplating a K/N air filter, but it sounds like the Amsoil one I'm using is just as good. Thanks.
I wanna do the same intake mods.. I'm glad u are happy with them, can't wait to do mine..
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I'm looking at getting this intake, even with the heat shield is that still not a good intake?

http://www.stillen.com/product.asp?id=STIZTBE01
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Old 06-20-2012, 12:20 AM
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I'm looking at getting this intake, even with the heat shield is that still not a good intake?

http://www.stillen.com/product.asp?id=STIZTBE01
Where did you hear that its not a good intake? I have it with the z-tube and am very happy with it. It's really loud too. I'll make a video of it and send you the link tomorrow. Also even in 85+ degree heat when I floor it I still get that kick that I love
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Where did you hear that its not a good intake? I have it with the z-tube and am very happy with it. It's really loud too. I'll make a video of it and send you the link tomorrow. Also even in 85+ degree heat when I floor it I still get that kick that I love
I dont know. I want this intake with an amsoil filter. I think that would be a great combo. I dont want an intake real low either just because of water when it rains.
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Old 06-20-2012, 12:31 AM
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I dont know. I want this intake with an amsoil filter. I think that would be a great combo. I dont want an intake real low either just because of water when it rains.
This is it then! Also by filter I assume you mean the cone? Or are you talking about the panel filter?
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Where did you hear that its not a good intake? I have it with the z-tube and am very happy with it. It's really loud too. I'll make a video of it and send you the link tomorrow. Also even in 85+ degree heat when I floor it I still get that kick that I love
I like this price.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/STILLEN-HI-F...ht_2424wt_1162
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This is it then! Also by filter I assume you mean the cone? Or are you talking about the panel filter?
The cone, sorry haha. Is this a solid kit? Or is it loose and flemzy?
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I got mine for $120 from a local guy who sold his G but if you can find a price on just the Heatshield and cone, ill sell you my extra z-tube
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The cone, sorry haha. Is this a solid kit? Or is it loose and flemzy?
Very solid, ill take a video like I said tomorrow and you can see for yourself!
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Very solid, ill take a video like I said tomorrow and you can see for yourself!
Haha, you dont have to do that. Thats a lot of work. I found this on youtube.


Looks really nice! I wanna see an amsoil filter in there tho.

Is the stillen filter kinda like a K&N?
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Not sure if the two cones are the same
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Not sure if the two cones are the same
K&N just doesnt filter much... I'll get a AMSOIL filter. Good stuff
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I just installed the Stillen intake on my car and did plugs. Car felt a lot better but its more of a function of restoring lost power from the plugs that were never changed.

If you want more noise and to minimize power loss, get the Stillen intake. The airbox is very similar in design to the OEM box so there can't be that much extra heat soak over the OEM intake.
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I just installed the Stillen intake on my car and did plugs. Car felt a lot better but its more of a function of restoring lost power from the plugs that were never changed.

If you want more noise and to minimize power loss, get the Stillen intake. The airbox is very similar in design to the OEM box so there can't be that much extra heat soak over the OEM intake.
Sweet! Good to hear! What kind of plugs do these motors like?
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What is best option? I want to hear the motor more, so that would be cool. But I want power.... I'm confused I guess.
You won't hear the motor through an intake. All an intake does is make a sucking sound. If you want to hear the motor better, replace the y-pipe and the mid pipe.
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