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3.3TT SSR Performance Dual Front Mount CAI - PRE-ORDER SPECIAL! (pics/vid inside)

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by SSR Performance, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. SSR Performance

    SSR Performance United States Member Authorized Vendor

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    Sexy
     
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  3. NYdito

    NYdito United States Active Member

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    Wow that looks amazing.
     
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  4. Nasty1

    Nasty1 United States Active Member Texas Stinger Swarm

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    With them being In front what keeps them from sucking In moisture during heavy rain when driving?
     
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    SSR Performance United States Member Authorized Vendor

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  7. Oryan

    Oryan United States Member

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    Multiple intakes on the 370/G37 use the same design concept this one uses. Rain isn't an issue with those and shouldn't be one here.
     
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    Maybe mentioned already and I missed it but, does it require any cutting or fully bolt-on?
     
  9. sym

    sym United States Member

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    These look amazing. Definitely a welcome departure from what everyone else is doing. I'm in.

    Did you remove the 'X' bracing from the factory intake shroud?

    I know this is a little nitpicky, but are you going to offer the pipes / filters in any other colors?
     
  10. Audible Silence

    Audible Silence United States Active Member

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    Wow, that is impressive. I was going to skip CAI, I thought the cost was too high, but these.... yeah.

    Just don't go racing in the rain, full throttle rims are where they will be sucking the most
     
  11. DaJackson

    DaJackson United States 1000 Posts Club! Staff Member Moderator

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    Oh damn that’s nice.

    If I hadn’t just ordered the snorkels I may have considered swapping the K&Ns for these.
     
  12. SSR Performance

    SSR Performance United States Member Authorized Vendor

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  13. SKStinger

    SKStinger Canada Active Member

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    Wow very nice! The only negative I see with this setup is that the bumper will need to be removed to clean the filters. Somewhat annoying but the design and performance numbers are impressive!
     
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    So only issue I see if for winter months up here in the North, the filters might freeze over.
     
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  16. Angel

    Angel United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    I think the design is amazing i am just not convinced LOL....2 things heavy rains and winter in chicago are brutal.....i will probably to the JT route enclosed intakes.....love the design thou but for my area might not work as good
     
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  17. junesrig

    junesrig United States Active Member Sustaining Member

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    Looks very cool; just quick question, will there be an actual bracket that holds the filters up rather than the black zip ties? Just concerned the zip ties would brittle off and break.

    Just saw your notes in the picture and answered my own question.
     
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  18. Nasty1

    Nasty1 United States Active Member Texas Stinger Swarm

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    Alright. Thanks for the prompt response . Looks great.
     
  19. washguy

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    Taking off your bumper to clean the filters is no bueno for me.....sure the filters may not need to be cleaned often,but then again exposure to just a lil moisture, and a lil dust/crud equals a mud pie filter to me........Ive got a fliter like these in my turbo diesel 7.3 that's in an enclosed air box ,and you wouldn't believe at how dirty and fast it gets inside the box:( Wash
    Common sense wins on this design im thinkin
     
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  20. Roarbomb

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    I live in a VERY dusty party of Texas and not being able to clean these without removing the bumper is going to be a dealbreaker. Shame really, they are beautiful
     
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