Homemade CAI

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    I would like to see some pictures of a Homemade Cold air intake please.. thinking of doing it myself, but would like to see some pictures first and some instructions if you have time.. thanks
     
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    ONE quick question.... will it work with a stock mas ?? like, I just picked up some 3" pvc pipe.. and found the rubber boots and stuff, but I want to know if I can make it work with stock mas ?? and also I have a k&n air filter that goes in the stock filter place.. will this work ?
     
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    definitly go with the homemade route. i made mine with a blower adapter for marine engines(MAF adapter). quick, easy and looks awesome
     
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    ok, edit.. I just took apart the mas housing and see how it works.. nm.. thanks guys
     
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    how do i get the oil breather out ? its giving me some hell.
     
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    pull on the hose, not the connector
     
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