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Air Intake Adapter

This is kind of a newbie question, but if i bought a conical air filter with adapter, would I be able to take the box out right now that my filter's in?
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yes as long and u have the bracket to hold up the tube, most intakes come with them and i dont see how they would be too hard to make
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Just make sure if the iat sensor and any vaccum lines are in the stock box, they are fitted into the filter
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Yeah anybody know where to get a filter adapter and filter cheap ?
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That's exactly where I was looking

I'll look tonight and see if there's any vacuum hoses or anything coming off of the box, I'm pretty sure there arn't any
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i got mine off ebay for $24, it didnt come with the bracket to hold the filter up so i just have it resting on the bottom half of the box
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www.ssd4u.com

i got it...it works great, good fit/function. about $35 too....

check it out...
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I took the cover off my air box today, and on the cover, there are 2 lines and atleast one of them is a vacuum, I don't know if they both are, or just the one is, but on the actual tubing that goes to the intake, there is another vacuum, so would I have to take the one off the cover and put it on with my new adapter, or does it really make a difference seeing as how I wouldn't be using the box anymore?
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