well, i was thinkin more stock airbox w/ K&N drop in rather than cone filter. I just wanna create a better, less restrictive "snorkle" to replace the crappy stock one. Its gonna go down to the brake duct, i just was wondrin about issues of sucking in too much water. But i guess that if i do keep the diameter the same size as the stock airbox inlet, it should be fine.
i'll most likely try to copy the airbox "fogging" method as outlined somewhere on the logun.org page. Its there somewhere at the bottom i believe, and its an interesting read, but i don't feel like messing with drilling the bottom of the airbox out.
intakes are so confusing. as soon as someone tries somethin new, there are 10 reasons as to why another method is better ... and of course they all back theirs up with some form of a dyno sheet ... figures.
<span style='color:blue'>1992 325is
I think i'm in love ...
"Racing in a honda is like racing in the special olympics ... even if you win, you're still retarded."</span>