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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-06-2009, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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Is Anyone Having Problems With Water In Stock Airbox If So Will A Cold Air Intake Fix It Thanks
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Do you mean water from driving down the road???

Lets just say not quite stock.
Slower than some. Faster than most.
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Take that POS stock air box and pitch it. AFE or S&B have nice kits.

Lets just say not quite stock.
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Yes. Very easy to get water up in there. What Forcefed said....

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I dont know about water but I know I have had problems with the stock air box AND the S&B for getting snow packed up in there..... And it gets packed in there badly!!

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do you have the top cover on the S&B?

Lets just say not quite stock.
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