I just got the Hot Shot CAI from Luke for my 1993.5 P10. Anyone have a " How to " write up on the install I can check out. Or If yo have any tip or tricks they are appreciated.
Whoa!!! When did this happen!?!?poppy_morenito said:I just got the Hot Shot CAI from Luke for my 1993.5 P10. Anyone have a " How to " write up on the install I can check out. Or If yo have any tip or tricks they are appreciated.
At 10:58 am EST time ..... I love UPS !!! Anyway remember according to the post inthat other forum.. the ones for the P10's came in first ....G20 SpoRt 2002 said:
Whoa!!! When did this happen!?!?
Thanks forthe help so far how do I make the hole bigger drill or dremel or harsh language ? Any help always appreciated ...Blue93G20 said:1: Take off all of your stock airbox assembly going all the way to the throttle body and also be sure to take out your battery and the tray. You will need to take off you wheel well liner since this is in the way of the resinator.
2: When you get all this off you will need to make the stock hole going to the resinator bigger and then you should be able to install the new setup
Sorry about the quick write up but i'm running short on time, post again if you need more help.....=)
Do I need to do this first or can I wait and add it later ? What's Kev's Url ?DragerG20 said:You'll also want to pick up an AEM cold-air bypass valve.
This keeps water from getting into the intake and causing hydrolock(i think thats what its called) in your internals.
I think kevin (P11GT) has pics of his HotShot with the bypass valve put on...check his website if you want an idea of where to place it.
You are lucky ... They do not call University of Miami the Hurricanes for nothing.... compared to philly it rains here all the time... and when the srteets get flooded man.. at least 4 people complete screwed up their car last you when the streets got flooded ...jmgladden said:You can add the bypass valve later, it just goes inline with the intake.
I just got my intake earlier this week. Being in Phoenix, it is dry pretty much year round. So, I am going to pass on the bypass valve, at least for now. I imagine with the filter being where it is, you would have to be pretty hard pressed to get water into it. You would have to run through pretty deep water to suck water in, and at that point I would think you would have more to worry about.