the link for the mod is there. the instructions at the link are for 03-05. for 06+ it looks like the corrections following the link in the same post are right on.[/b]
nope, no bad side effects besides a dirtier air filter. just make sure all the hoses are plugged back in.So there are no bad side effects that this can cause?
I am weary about messing with stuff under the good because on my old car I messed around with the intake and it caused all types of problems.[/b]
That's what i did on my car. I left the tuba on when i did this mod.Well I gave it another go today, took me a whole 10 minutes since I already knew what I was doing. Sounds awesome, only thing is he hole where the tuba was, that is huge. Since it is summer and really hot, wont all that hot air do more harm?
I saw some people covered it up, what did you guys use and some people just put the tuba back in. Im probably going to put the tuba back in until further notice.[/b]
i don't think it really matters if you disconnect the battery or not for the airbox mod. i didn't disconnect and the mod turned out fine, no CEL *knock on wood* and still going strong. someone please correct me if i'm wrong.I feel like a retard, but I forgot to disconnect the battery when I did this and my friend told me I was supposed to.
Also, when I floor it from a stop, I get no wheel spin as where before I did the mod I got wheel spin. You guys think it has to do with the fact that I didnt disconnect the battery when I did this?[/b]
I never thought about it until now, but if you put some PVC or metal duct from the resonator hole in the air box down to where the resonator used to be, you could feed cooler air from in front of the wheel (where a typical CAI sits) to the air box. Might help with the hot air problem.The most/only beneficial aspect of this mod is removing the resonator. The other parts of this mod just allow more HOT air into the box. (Known to be bad for performance, especially in the summer months... :nono: )[/b]