BHAF install

Discussion in 'Tow Rigs and Trailers' started by 35xj, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    spent today working on the install of a slightly bigger air filter in the dodge. Cost me 65.00 total and seems to work pretty well. Little more turbo wine, should result in lower EGT's.
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  2. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    then I decided to build a sheild to try to get less warm air and no water onto the filter:flipoff2:
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    this is still under development
     
  3. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    yep, its a 5 gallon bucket:D
     
  4. rattlecanpaint

    rattlecanpaint Well-Known Member

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    That's hillarious! I guess if ya got the room...
     
  5. Jody Treadway

    Jody Treadway Croc wearing fool Moderator

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    Dave and I were bored at the shop yesterday and decided to install our BHAF's. I did not decide to do the bucket trick on mine and he is the stages of perfecting the idea now...

    I removed my silencer ring and intake baffle along with adding the BHAF. I get giddy like a school boy while driving mine now. The turbo whine is very prevelant but not too obnoxious at all.

    Can't wait to tow to DPG this coming weekend!
     
  6. Rich

    Rich Asshole at large

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    BHAF's in the 2nd Gen's were notorious for letting in alot of heated air, because of their location.. yours looks like it outta do pretty well.. wrap it in aluminum foil for a heat barrier! :lol:
     
  7. scarface

    scarface Well-Known Member

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    Alum Tape for air ducts would work well and would be self adhesive:)
     

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