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GT500 Front end Conversion / intake question

Mods, I also posted this question in the 11-14 Talk section. But realized this is probably the better place. Delete the other if needed.


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When converting over from a 14 GT to GT500 nose job. Does this eliminate the area where the factory or airaid (In my case) intake taps into to get cold air vent from the bottom of the intake mount box where it opens up to the rectangular fitting near the fender? Or does that piece remain?

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So I looked at pictures of the side brackets that are required and it looks to me that it does indeed replace where the bottom of the GT air box clips onto but you are left with what looks like a smaller opening. I'm guessing GT500 used same idea but different size cold air vent system (whatever you want to call it) I would imagine you could make it all hook up with minor fab work plastic/rubber. Can anyone confirm?
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