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    This is what the intake sounds like. Fitment of the intake is okay, not perfect. Performance gains are negligible on the butt dyno. It does look very nice in person, and does add a lot of turbo noise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SLOW_KIA View Post
    This is what the intake sounds like. Fitment of the intake is okay, not perfect. Performance gains are negligible on the butt dyno. It does look very nice in person, and does add a lot of turbo noise.

    Thanks for sharing @SLOW_KIA, it sounds pretty good.

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    @SLOW_KIA can you elaborate on the fitment issues?

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    Yes, the AC lines seem to rub the left intake housing. Tried to adjust entire driver's side intake to keep from rubbing. Still makes a little bit of contact. The smallest hose from the left side intake that runs to the surge tank is loose with the oem hose clamp. The rubber that connected the piping to the turbo itself was fairly loose. Once it was all clamped down it seemed alright, but it's definitely a few millimeters larger than needed.

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    LOL! Love the turbo whoosh sounds :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLOW_KIA View Post
    Yes, the AC lines seem to rub the left intake housing. Tried to adjust entire driver's side intake to keep from rubbing. Still makes a little bit of contact. The smallest hose from the left side intake that runs to the surge tank is loose with the oem hose clamp. The rubber that connected the piping to the turbo itself was fairly loose. Once it was all clamped down it seemed alright, but it's definitely a few millimeters larger than needed.
    Thanks, this is very surprising coming from a reputable company like K&N.

 

 
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