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Old 09-05-2005, 05:45 PM
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Would anyone be interest in this 350Z carbon fiber air duct?

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Old 09-05-2005, 05:47 PM
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Old 09-05-2005, 05:50 PM
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I thnk Varis is just front bumper short to stock tube. This one replaces everything. I think...
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Old 09-05-2005, 06:32 PM
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I think that one goes from the hole infront of the air box and snorkles down....
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i would. how much ?
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Is it like the Blitz? I am intersted.
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I would have to see a picture of it first??? In action if you will
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I don't really understand how this fits in?
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also curious on how this fits and such....
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Yea, if only I knew on where you would fit this thing haha.
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I have an ARC intake with a Gruppe-M carbon fiber intake duct that collects cold air for me. Pretty sick use of two high quality products
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I'll try to put it on once I receive it... Ship from Japan.
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Anyone who makes this? I readlly wanna know. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by JDMZ33
Anyone who makes this? I readlly wanna know. Thanks!
Cwest makes one that hooks up to the N1 bumper they have
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humm... looks a bit diffferent... I have the same cwest bumper here. I try and see. Thanks!
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I think it is Blitz.

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wow this kit listed $877 from bulletproof...
Wonder if it work with Real Sports Ram Air Cleaner carbon Kit
http://www.bulletproofautomotive.com...il.php?ID=1009
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Digging up an old thread...

So does anyone make just this duct for a reasonable price? I was thinking of rigging up something like this out of dryer hose (similar to the Groupe-M) to feed my Pop charger, but would prefer a nice, clean duct like this. Don't care if it's CF; whatever is cheapest. Also be nice if it opened to a wider scoop mouth behind the grill. Scooping the air in a large opening, then decreasing the diameter of the tube up to the stock opening would really increase the airspeed.

Does a duct such as this or even the Varis duct even really make any difference? Is it worth it?

*shouldn't this thread be in the Intake/Exhaust mods section?

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Don't worry. I'm still on it!
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