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Will This Hurt You Car?

Hey peeps I heard that if you install intake you can easily hit a puddle and get your intake wet and **** u you shi
Is that somewhat true?
Well I just bought a new 07 stang vert. 4.0 and I think im going to attempt it anyway.... Should I add tru duals 1st or intake?
and why?

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No... If you drive through 3 feet of water-yes.


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If you live in the Mississippi valley or some other flood plain you could always get a snorkel kit like they have for Hummers and Jeeps. You'd have a one of a kind Mustang fer sure.
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No... If you drive through 3 feet of water-yes.
Oh man. Forget cold air intake then. If I couldn't drive through 3 foot deep puddle I just wouldn't know what to do with myself anymore.

But honestly that H2 commercial is sweet where it drives into the water and start turning into a submarine thing. I bet you they couldn't use a cold air intake down there, either...unless.....

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Well the thing is I liv in Texas and its crazy weather down here. It could be snowing one day and 100 degrees the next...Lots of rain here lately to! Well would it make more sence to do the intake or exhaust first???
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Well the thing is I liv in Texas and its crazy weather down here. It could be snowing one day and 100 degrees the next...Lots of rain here lately to! Well would it make more sence to do the intake or exhaust first???
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Do the intake. You won't be disappointed.

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