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Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make a cold air intake for a swapped ej22 brat? i want a real cold air not just the short ram. thats what i have right know and it real sucks with the rapid changes in temp here in colorado. I lack power when its above 65 degrees. Don't know if thats related to a missing rear o2 sensor though or coming from engine bay temp. But i still would like to make a Cold Air system for the Brat. Any suggestions would be much appreciated (mainly where to put filter and material to use)

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Where are you at in CO?

 

Do you still have the factory intake for the 2.2? I used the factory one in mine and just modified it a bit.

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I'm familiar with that, i own a house in Golden and grew up in south park in the mtns. I have an EJ in my loyale and i just modified the stock intake to accept air from the loyale stock air filter, works good so far and all i did was make the hole bigger in the air filter housing and use some duck tape.

 

Are you looking for any subaru parts?

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But what about bringing the air from the outside in? I dont have much of a way to do that because the two different body styles.

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I used the hole through the passenger fender where the stock Loyale air cleaner pulled air from, and now I feel stupid because you have a Brat. Oh damn. Haha

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