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#1 scoobyface

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Posted 11 May 2008 - 11:35 PM

I've just acquired a 94 Loyale 4x4 with 81K miles and runs great, but I use it for work. I've read here and there that people have put cold-air intakes and such on their loyales. I'm not dumb enough to try and squeeze power out of it, it is a EA82. Any suggestions on how to put a cold air on it and what other mods can I do? Keep in mind I drive it for 9 hours total each day. Much thanks guys!


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#2 Flowmastered87GL

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 12:45 AM

really the only 2 things that are easy and will keep the car reliable is to put some kind of intake on it and install a free flowing muffler (like a glasspack, or a turbo-muffler, or a flowmaster)

#3 GeneralDisorder

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 01:10 PM

Cold air intake? It already comes from under the fender.... how much colder do you want?

Besides - colder air means worse gas mileage.

If you need more power, get a Legacy - they are cheap, and more reliable.

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