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Custom cold air?

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#1 Rxbubaru


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Posted 21 March 2008 - 09:59 AM

What do I need and how should I go about making a custom cold ait intake for a '88 Rx 1.8 turbo

#2 Reveeen


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Posted 21 March 2008 - 10:34 AM

I *think* you already have a cold air system, drawing cold air from inside the right front fender. If you are asking about fabricating some kind of dodgy crapola that is a custom appearing warm air system (using the engine compartment as a source for warm intake air), I'm sure you can find suitable components on-line somewhere (don't they come in blue?).
The best place to snag cool air is at the base of the windshield, plumbing something into the existing interior air intake, I'm *thinking* 10/10 guys that professionally run stock cars can't be too far wrong.

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