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Old 01-10-2010, 01:59 PM   #31 (permalink)
 
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alright, looks like a good company to me

..and you say the ETS intercooler system comes with a K&N intake? is it the same style, with the heat sheild?
......which leads me to another question, i know this picture is for a WRX, but i just found it, and it's a good diagram, is this how it works on evos?

C:\Users\Anyone\Pictures\car diagrams\wrx-intake-exhaust-diagram.gif

because if this is how it works, then a heat sheild wouldn't really help a lot would it? because the air just goes to the intercooler after it comes in the intake correct? in which case i'd just want an intake that is a good company, and short right
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Old 01-10-2010, 02:13 PM   #32 (permalink)
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^^ that link doesnt work it kinda looks like a file location on your comp. No the suby diagram will not help you.

As for the ETS products, You can buy just a intake, just IC pipes, and just IC if you want or get the whole package. They do not put a K&N Intake in the kit. It is there own intake pipe with a K&N filter for the end of it. I honestly dont see the need for a heat shield on the evo. The ETS setup is a solid system. Yuo should really spend some time under the hood of your car figureing out where everything is. I think you should pick up a copy of Maximum Boost by corky bell. its a great book lots of info.
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Old 01-16-2010, 09:36 AM   #33 (permalink)
 
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ah, you can see i am new

alright, well thanks for everything! haha
i may check out that book
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