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Old 07-11-2011, 09:42 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Cone Filter Connected To Stock Air Intake Tube

Hey guys, just curious to know if anybody has done this. I have a fujita intake from another car that i have connected to directly to MAF housing using a MAF adapter. I've also removed the resonator. It looks good and adds a nice growl when you get on it, but I haven't been able to find any threads of anybody else doing this. So anybody know what or have any experiance with dyno results or know what the gains should be from this?
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I believe I've heard of it before. I don't know whether there is a thread on it or not though.





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Default Re: Cone Filter Connected To Stock Air Intake Tube

you may have gain like 5-7hp if anything.

the issue is , just adding a filter before the MAF doesnt really help it , IIRC the OEM intake between the Throttle body and MAF isnt built for velocity/air flow.

you only got one end of the equation.

as for the resonator, you basically change the note of the exhuast.
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:58 PM   Thread Starter #4
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Here is a link to a quick phone pic that I took. I am working on a new mount but the one there does its job for now. And I was talking about the intake resonator.

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ehhh, looks okay i guess
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Yeah, I call it halfassingit. Someone else might call it something else.
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Here is a link to a quick phone pic that I took. I am working on a new mount but the one there does its job for now. And I was talking about the intake resonator.

http://hostpixs.com/view.php?filenam...1_221525_1.jpg
Here is what you need

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NISSA...Q5fAccessories

This will help with your modding
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Old 07-11-2011, 11:19 PM   Thread Starter #9
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As much as as I appreciate the opinions of how it looks or if I am half assing it or not. That's not really what I was asking. I realize that it does not look as good as a sri or cai but for $3 I can deal with it. My question was about any experiances or results from somebody doing this
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I wasn't talking about looks. Reason I said halfassingit is because that's exactly what it is. You only do half of what an intake does or is. A cone filter that is 3 dollars will end up doing more damage to your MAF sensor in short time because it's a 3 dollar filter that doesn't filter squat, my bottled water costs more then that for gods sake.

There's a reason quality parts cost, don't you think? To me someone doing or even thinking of doing this mod tells me( rice mentality) and it's no different then slapping Autozone 10hp fake vents on the side and think it's cool. It just irritates me when people buy a car and they want to mod it on the budget, people!! You got to pay to play, simple.
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I wasn't talking about looks. Reason I said halfassingit is because that's exactly what it is. You only do half of what an intake does or is. A cone filter that is 3 dollars will end up doing more damage to your MAF sensor in short time because it's a 3 dollar filter that doesn't filter squat, my bottled water costs more then that for gods sake.

There's a reason quality parts cost, don't you think? To me someone doing or even thinking of doing this mod tells me( rice mentality) and it's no different then slapping Autozone 10hp fake vents on the side and think it's cool. It just irritates me when people buy a car and they want to mod it on the budget, people!! You got to pay to play, simple.
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Settle down Beavis! Let him do what he wants, how he wants.
Never said he couldn't, just giving him some advice that could save him a lot of money in the long run. That's all. It's just an opinion followed by facts. Done.
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Yeah I agree you wont get all the benefits from a full intake but try that and see, keep us posted.
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i assume the reason takeda and other mfgs of cai units cost so much is because they realize their product is protecting an engine which if ruined will cost thousands to replace. i also assume the engineers designing cai units dont cut corners, which is why we see them in business for decades. everyone has the right to do what they want, including expressing frustration. my grandfather told me to do it right the first time, or do it cheaply many times.
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As much as as I appreciate the opinions of how it looks or if I am half assing it or not. That's not really what I was asking. I realize that it does not look as good as a sri or cai but for $3 I can deal with it. My question was about any experiances or results from somebody doing this
I highly doubt anyone has done this, either they do the drop in K&N Filter with the airbox and modded the airbox.

or they go with an aftermarket intake.

simply said ,noone has done this.
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not trying to start a war her guys, But the $3 part that i was talking about is the maf adapter, not the filter. It is a fujita filter that i had from another intake from another car, like i mentioned in the first post. anyway nizmo i appreciate your honest answers, that is more of what i was looking for, not somebody calling me a ricer for asking a simple question.
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This is the only time I'm going to say this - stay on topic. Either answer the OP's question
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Hey guys, just curious to know if anybody has done this. I have a fujita intake from another car that i have connected to directly to MAF housing using a MAF adapter. I've also removed the resonator. It looks good and adds a nice growl when you get on it, but I haven't been able to find any threads of anybody else doing this. So anybody know what or have any experiance with dyno results or know what the gains should be from this?
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not trying to start a war her guys, But the $3 part that i was talking about is the maf adapter, not the filter. It is a fujita filter that i had from another intake from another car, like i mentioned in the first post. anyway nizmo i appreciate your honest answers, that is more of what i was looking for, not somebody calling me a ricer for asking a simple question.
Picture is gone for some reason can't see it... Are you talking about a mini version of true 3" filter or something else... I remember on my accord there was a cute little filter that sat on top of the pipe in addition to the larger cold air intake as well... Either way I can't imagine the amount of hp or torque one would gain from not doing some type of true intake... Companies do research and then dyno usually to show slight( meaning from 9 to 17hp) gains on their full system intakes... I would think it might make a slighter diff on a full system.. But probably nothing still noticeable...
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His intake to me looks like the Stillen intake without the velocity stack and a smaller filter, no other difference.

On topic: Do you feel any difference on the car? Maybe more on the low end, since it's a short ram intake.
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HMMM, one of my post is missing
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not trying to start a war her guys, But the $3 part that i was talking about is the maf adapter, not the filter. It is a fujita filter that i had from another intake from another car, like i mentioned in the first post. anyway nizmo i appreciate your honest answers, that is more of what i was looking for, not somebody calling me a ricer for asking a simple question.
Ive encourage this to my local fellow Maxima guys that run either a cold or warm intake to use one of these for their filters

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/COLD-...Q5fAccessories

Some of you may recall back in the 90s Stillen/JWT had a POP charger.

Basically it was a alum velocity stacks, this helps speed up and increase airflow as it sucks it in. anytime you taper out , this will increase airspeed.

As you guys know were the only US Jenvey Dealer , since dealing with ITBs all day , to increase airspeed we have differnt taper bodies.

This applies with the airfilter , I post something about an ideal Intake setup using a true 3 inch pipe , and the LRMAF ( Land Rover Maf Housing ) velocity stack adaptor , ( and if people choose to buy into the gimmick of the JET MAF sensor )

even if you DONT go that route the Velocity stack will help you.
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pretty much like everyone said, they only thing you really have done as a mod to it was change the sound... i did something like this for an ex girl friend, and all it really did was add problems to the car, it idled different becuz it was taking on more air becuz of freeing up the filter, but maf wasnt reading the new air coming in right.... plus, if its a $3 filter, the material it is made off might not be stopping dirt from slipping thru..

like they said you get what you pay for, so one of those mesh filters wont catch anything.....
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Guys , He purchase a $3 Adapator.

The Filter is the one off the Fijita if im not mistaken from another model car.
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:44 AM   #24
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ok my bad...
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Default Re: Cone Filter Connected To Stock Air Intake Tube

Thanks for the input. Wasn't trying to start some sort of pissing match or anything. As far as noticing any gains, eh!!! It honestly just feels a bit more responsive at low end and slightly more up top. Normal everyday driving honestly feels the exact same. It could just be all in my head. It does sound a little better though once you get on it.
I used to drive an 07 civic si and I had the fujita on it, but i remember a lot of people actaully doing something very similar to this and just using the stock piping instead of the fujita pipe and were seeing much better gains than the jita. I wasn't sure if the 6th gen community had seen anything similar? The way i saw it when i did this is that it cant really hurt anything using a better filter and all the while getting rid of a massive airbox and resonator. I wish i had some results but paying for a dyno for one tiny little mod just seems kind of silly to me. Thats why i was just curious to know if anybody else had done this and had any results to post.
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