Looks like they gave you one for a 94 unless you are putting it together wrong. You probably could have just put a small slit in your stock one just to get it to start sliding on. Along with a lil slobber.:bigthumbsup
as to the water issue from driving, i have a ram air intake (filter in engine bay) and a ram air hood. i drive in the rain all the time and i have NEVER had a problem with my filter getting wet. mine is a lot more exposed to getting wet than yours is so id assume yours is fine.Was communicating with the American Muscle guys and sent them the pics. Looks like I didn't use the MAF relocation bracket. I just kept the MAF in the stock location, thus it not lining up properly. Silly me!! To my defense, there were NO instructions included in the box so I wasn't sure what that bracket was for.
I'll try the relocation bracket....however....2 questions:
Now that I got the stock hose to fit the 65mm TB, is the CAI worth the effort to put on over the stock unit?
Will the CAI filter get wet inside the fender from water getting in underneath? there is only a small opening under the car, just enough to get the CAI filter in. Anyone have problems with this?
I meant is it really that much of a difference using a CAI unit "rather than" the stock air box setup?What do you mean by putting the CAI over the stock unit?
oooohknowI meant is it really that much of a difference using a CAI unit "rather than" the stock air box setup?
ROFL!! :grinroll: If I were a ricer, I might consider it! That would look bitchin' on an Eclipse and probably add about 50 fwhp, providing I put the Stack Racing sticker on the window as well!! :winksoooohknow
and here i thought you meant you were going to put the new tubing right on over the top of the old stuff,and have a dual air intake..jeez