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I drive a 2001 VX commodore ecotec executive, and I'm looking at increasing power and cold air coming in by upgrading my intake. I heard that replacing my standard factory fitted filter with a POD filter is a waste of money and power, so what would the be
Posted by MACE Support on 30 April 2018 09:44 AM
Pod filters work well. There is a reason why they're standard fitment on performance engines found in the Honda S2000, and new Supercharged Ford GTs. The reason why they have a bad name is that very often people will install pod filters unshielded, resulting in sucking a lot of hot air which hurts performance. Our cold air intake kits use pod filers however are boxed/shielded from the hot engine bay, allowing air to draw from a cold source. Gains are around 3-5rwkw. For more feedback about our kits. Please check out the link http://forums.justcommodores.com.au/mace-engineering/101990-mace-cold-air-intake.html. The cold air is drawn in between the radiator and behind the headlight.

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