Injen won't have anything like this. This is a Ram Air Snorkel not a CAI. It's used in addition to the OEM airbox or a CAI. I've already spoke to them directly. Injen is a cheap alternative without a heat shield. With IAT's from heat soak, a heat shield will be required without doubt.Interesting! I'm waiting to see what Injen comes out with, but this is something that I haven't seen yet!
Injen won't have anything like this. This is a Ram Air Snorkel not a CAI. It's used in addition to the OEM airbox or a CAI. I've already spoke to them directly. Injen is a cheap alternative without a heat shield. With IAT's from heat soak, a heat shield will be required without doubt.
Same here. Had to remove the entire front bumper on my Focus ST to get mine on.I'd love one but I just don't feel like removing the whole bumper and grill. Had to do that for the Ford Fusion. Not sure if the VN is the same. I wish they gave us some install pics on their website so we knew for sure. I think a black main body with a red lip would look awesome though!
According to SXTH Element;That SXTH Element set up looks pretty bad ass! How much do those cost for the 1.6 Gamma II?
Looks like the best option I've seen so far and you get the added bonus of the red snorkel in the grill.
Yep, I spoke to AFE Takata about this a few month ago. It's still in the works but I have seen much more about it. I emailed them and they say it coming fairly soon. problems is they are looking at numbers of sales. The VN is not available in that big of number right now. I understand the business end of it and their working capital bottomline as well.I like the design but not the silicone tube. The AFE/Takeda intake is my favorite so far.
Here's a quick blurb from AFE Takata. So there are others in the works, as we comment. Not sure about their quality but it will be available.
We are currently testing one out on a local Veloster N. If everything checks out then we expect to have one in a couple of months.
Will look somewhat like this;
The hood sits on top of it as the cover when it's shut.
Yep you just got to be patient. Everything takes a bit of time to transpire. From experience, definately email them and show your interest. The more you do this and follow up, they will respond quicker.All interesting, guess we are stuck waiting around until the water kinda settles and we see what is actually available to us.