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    Quote Originally Posted by Colossus View Post
    I hear ya on different. However sometimes different means more trouble than its worth. Further you'll completly lose all back pressure. Dual 3 is enough. I have a decently healthy 94 Z28 on a four inch single and that WAY out flows what I need. If I were you I would look into some kind of cowl hood and get some kind of exposed air cleaner and leave the CAI out of it. You'll make more power the other way.
    I have an L88 hood, So I have room to run the piping. It will be more of a ram air system than a CAI.
    When I say dual 4" exhaust I am talking about just the pipe exiting out the side, I made a quick little diagram of what my plans are.
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    I know I spelled "Straight" wrong, like I said it was something I made quickly, lol.
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    Got ya.
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