CAI water cover

dank24

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I cannot find it anywhere. Yes I searched also. I am looking for what I think is made by INJEN. It's a cover that goes over your filter, but it isn't water proof. It just helps keeping the water out. If anyone can link me to a site that sells them would be great
 

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are you refering to the heat shield? I think they make heat shields for them not water covers. I may be wrong though.
 


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dan I got a bypass valve, let me know if you want it.
 


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I would use a bypass valve, but i dont want to cut my intake. Thanks also that is what I was looking for matt.
 

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wow that is kinda kool....ehh if i wasnt goin to turbo i would think about that
 

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Unless you drive fast when your town is flooding... something like that really isnt necessary. The only time you're going to suck up enough water to actually hurt your engine is when it is nearly completely submerged... or splashed by a huge amount of water (aka, if you decide to drive through a lake).

That shield will probably inhibit air flow and cut out any small gains that you may have gotten from the intake to begin with.
 

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well my tire ripped a big hole in my fender liner. so i need somthing soon
 

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nah, man your fine. if you want to get that dry-tech bag thing, but its not important. like stated above, it takes some pretty deliberate ingestion to water to hurt the motor. high throttle.
 

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i had to trade intakes with my friend. I used to have a Injen SRI, but my friend had no fender liner anywhere and he was scared about the same thing you are so we traded SRI for CAI...

Now obviously there's a easier option than that, but honestly I dont think there is a water shield for injen or even aem.. aem just has the bypass valve, but honestly its not needed. back when we had TS gaston and flooded out richmond I rode home through like.. 5" of water and I'm lowered and had a CAI. no problems at all bro. Just use extra caution around deep puddles. The only way it's gonna affect you is if you submerge the filter
 

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alright cool. It's sapose to rain for the next 7-10 days so I was a little worried having the filter there
 

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Yeah the way it has been raining here lately it couldn't hurt to have one.
 

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dank24 said:
I would use a bypass valve, but i dont want to cut my intake. Thanks also that is what I was looking for matt.
that's what I did:


ingen CAI with an AEM bypass.
 




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