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Yes, I spent a whole 3 hours and $30 bucks on this. The Dirty Air Filter Warning System is complete. When the pressure is greater on the throttle body side versus the intake side it trips the light in the dash. So as the filter gets dirtier the light comes on sooner.
 

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Ahh, that's awesome. I need to clean my filter and my car badly. I did a little rally session on the way home from Dalls over the weekend, and it is really really dirty.
 

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cool!
what intake is that? any more pics?

-aaron:nuetron:
 

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Discussion Starter #7 (Edited)
Kickin' - No bypass valve. The hose just runs from on side of the filter to the other.
WRC - Dan is correct. Ganzflow it is.
 

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That's cool! How exactly did you do it? Might be fun to try!:)
 

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Yes the vast knowledge that is called autospeed. I bought the vacuum sensor from Autospeed. It's actually very simple to do. I would suggest getting a seperate air box though. And use a thin double side tape for the switch or even super glue.

http://www.autospeed.com/A_0987/viewarticle.html
 

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Your resourcefullness and the amount of free time you have is commendable.

Nick C.
 
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