DIY Intake / MAF Housing Testing

Captain KRM P5

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air straightener pic as promised
 

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Captain KRM P5

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thanks guys. i'll keep you posted on everything and would love to hear some questions or comments.
 
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It doesn't look as refined as CP-E's, nor does it look exactly the same from that angle, but it's encouraging. There's going to be so many options soon lol..
 

johnnyB5646

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Will it maybe be available by Christmas so I can send my wishlist to that cheap bastard Santa who has apparently thinks my name is now Skip, cause that's what he does to my house.
 

Captain KRM P5

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technically, its available now, but i won't be selling it until i have it on a car and dash hawk logged.
 
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Ken, make sure you can log Long Term Fuel Trims!! That's something that I'd be very interested in seeing over stock numbers. Like before and after LTFT's.
 

Larimer

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Looks like a nice cheap alternative. I like CP-E's design of the machined straightener so there isn't any glob of weld inside of the pipe. (not trying to be biased, I don't own the CP-E for the record) And did you make up a batch first, and now are going to test it?