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Talk about aftermarket Toyota Solara Gen 2 and 2.5 upgrades.

Would you buy one for about $170 to $195 shipped?

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New GEN2 COLD AIR INTAKE for 04+ Solara V6

Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Sat Mar 27, 2010 5:59 pm

poland wrote:ok. i'm interested but:
- what about shipping to Poland ?
- what about rainy weather driving and driving throught a puddle or i.e snow - is there posibilty to get water into engine ?


I guess I could ship to Poland if you're willing to pay the ridiculous freight and accept the risk...

As with all Cold Air Intakes, the only way you can possibly get water into the engine is to accelerate through a puddle deep enough to fully submerge the filter. If you've got $50, you could always replace one of the straight couplers with one of these for additional protection: http://www.jegs.com/i/AEM%20Air%20Filters/598/20-403S/10002/-1?CT=999
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:16 am

Get em while they're hot...lol

http://gen2performance.blogspot.com/
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Postby [SMAN] » Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:28 pm

Maybe i'm missing it, but i don't see any sort of mount or bracket to hold this thing in place. How does it keep from banging around everywhere?
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:46 pm

[SMAN] wrote:Maybe i'm missing it, but i don't see any sort of mount or bracket to hold this thing in place. How does it keep from banging around everywhere?


The fitment is very tight, it doesn't move at all. I could easily fabricate a bracket but didnt think it was neccessary.
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Fri Apr 02, 2010 7:21 pm

[SMAN] wrote:Maybe i'm missing it, but i don't see any sort of mount or bracket to hold this thing in place. How does it keep from banging around everywhere?


Aluminum bracket is now included...

Also now available is an optional upgrade to an ALL ALUMINUM kit (Polished Aluminum Tig Welded MAF Adapter & Vacuum Adapter replace the standard ABS adapters)

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Postby [SMAN] » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:47 pm

Ok so what is the final cost of this kit now with the upgrades?
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Sat Apr 03, 2010 7:13 pm

[SMAN] wrote:Ok so what is the final cost of this kit now with the upgrades?


http://gen2performance.blogspot.com/

Introductory Pricing & FREE S&H!

Starts at $129.99 Shipped (supply your own filter)

COMPLETE KIT WITH ACCEL Kool Blue Filter -$149.99 Shipped

Options:
Add $40 to upgrade to a K&N X-Stream Filter.
Add $20 to upgrade MAF/Vacuum Adapters from ABS to Aluminum.


High Quality Components Included:

Mandrel bent 6061 Aluminum 3.0" diameter Piping with beaded ends

Reinforced Silicone couplers

T-bolt Clamps

Mass Air Flow Sensor Adapter

Breather hose & dual vacuum line adapter

ACCEL Kool Blue High Flow Air Filter included

K&N X-Stream filter available for $40 upgrade fee ($70 value)

Aluminum Stabilizing Bracket included
(optional, not required for secure installation)

Full color detailed instructions with pictures
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Postby nflesher87 » Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:28 am

PLEASE customize one for the i4!
I have an '04 i4 SE with no performance mods other than the TRD performance air filter and TRD exhaust
I'm in Pittsburgh PA and would definitely be willing to meet up, where are you?
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:54 am

nflesher87 wrote:PLEASE customize one for the i4!
I have an '04 i4 SE with no performance mods other than the TRD performance air filter and TRD exhaust
I'm in Pittsburgh PA and would definitely be willing to meet up, where are you?


NJ shore...bit of a hike...if you send me a close up of your throttle body location I may be able to work it up off of that....

FYI, there is a CAI available from INJEN for the i4....
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Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Fri May 07, 2010 1:27 pm

I guess these aftermarket companies are smart not making anything for the solara...I bought enough supplies to make 5 complete kits and haven't sold a single one....guess I'll part it all out on ebay....oh well.
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Re: New GEN2 COLD AIR INTAKE for 04+ Solara V6

Postby dchino » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:30 pm

Did you ever modify one for an I4?
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Re: New GEN2 COLD AIR INTAKE for 04+ Solara V6

Postby ADAMnQuickSOLARA » Tue Jul 20, 2010 5:12 am

dchino wrote:Did you ever modify one for an I4?


no, have had pretty much zero interest in the product, so I've given up...at least i have one for myself!
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