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    I picked one of these up and installed it the other day along with a lightly used K&N drop in filter. I can safely say I am happy with the increase in acceleration and the smoothness of the power band now that the air flow has been given a smoother pathway to travel. My only gripe is the instructions on install should not make it seem like a walk in the park. It took some elbow grease as well as a small amount of radiator hose grease to massage the pipe into the rubber coupler that comes off the turbo inlet. All in all for the price it does what its supposed to do and I would recommend it to anyone that is on a budget. If I get froggy one day I might try to find a small K&N cone filter and put that on the end of the pipe that connects into the air box.

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    MPx After airbox high flow intake pipe Get rid of OEM pipe w nasty casting ridges

    Though i would probably never have a need for one, i think it would look better in black

    Also, how hard would it be to get it molded to the cover, instead of something thats just a stick on type pod?

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    Here is mine installed...

    I had it high temp coated in Satin Black inside and out, good to over 2,000 degrees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Sueno View Post
    Here is mine installed...

    I had it high temp coated in Satin Black inside and out, good to over 2,000 degrees!

    DJ, that looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigT View Post
    If I get froggy one day I might try to find a small K&N cone filter and put that on the end of the pipe that connects into the air box.
    I see a number of guys go with a cone shaped K&N, and that's fine if you're after bling (I love my MPx polished pipe for that too!), but the stock filter or a K&N replacement has more surface area and lower resistance/higher flow than the cone filters, thus better performance. Just something to think about.

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    Is there a 2015 version of this?

    I know Fiat made some changes to the car that concern 'intake swaps', or does that even apply to this?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John O View Post
    I see a number of guys go with a cone shaped K&N, and that's fine if you're after bling (I love my MPx polished pipe for that too!), but the stock filter or a K&N replacement has more surface area and lower resistance/higher flow than the cone filters, thus better performance. Just something to think about.

    John O.
    There are quite a few Dyno results and data logs floating around on this site that suggests otherwise. Stock filter may have more surface area, but the airbox may be the bottleneck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLFast View Post
    Is there a 2015 version of this?

    I know Fiat made some changes to the car that concern 'intake swaps', or does that even apply to this?

    Thank you!

    If we are talking about just the after airbox pipe, there is one extra bung/port that needs to be capped off on this product to work with the '15 models.

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