Having mandrel bent pipe won't make a difference because the airflow will get all messed up anyway once it reaches the airbox. Also, unless you're gonna seal up the front opening on the airbox, getting the correct piping size doesn't really matter. Not sure if it even matters at all (as long as it's 2.5" or larger), since the piping around the MAFS is all that really counts, and it's the right size.DJ_GLITCH_OS said:And if I remember right you should be able to buy some mandrel piping (elbows) from your local speed shop. They come in 3" and 2-1/2" Diam's. ANd they should get you to a nice cold place next to the finderwell. Cut a section out of the side wall and strap on a:
A: 6 inch tube to run into the fog light area for cold air.
Like above, if you're gonna remove the stock filter, you NEED to seal up the front of the airbox, otherwise nasty stuff will get through into your engine.DJ_GLITCH_OS said:B: fit on a cone filter onto the end letting it reach pass the fenderwell. Then remove your Stock filter. That should work well.