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    Cold Air Intake for FiFi ( 2012 Pop / Auto Trans)

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    The stock air boot is a joke.... it's like Fiat had the car finished and then thought to themselves...

    "
    Penso che abbiamo dimenticato un modo per far entrare aria nel motore!!"

    The opening in the boot, is smaller than the butterfly on the throttle body. This is just bad engineering, any way you look at it.

    So I went and got a hunk of 3" I.D. vinyl tubing, the kind with a wire inside. I extended it all the way and then kinda smoosh'd it to change the cross section from round to oval. The round cross section is too big to fit.

    I snuck it down between the (auto) transmission and the cooling fan shroud. If you stick it down far enough it will draw cool air from in front of the front tire, but it's kinda shielded from drawing in any rain water. Then zip tie it to the factory air filter box opening. Total install time.... 5 minutes.

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    This does a few things.
    1. Retains the factory air filter, which is huge for a 1400 cc engine ( When dealing with airfilters, huge is always a good thing)
    2. Cold air is better than hot air from on top of the radiatior.
    3. At low throttle settings, the intake tract is almost silent
    4. At higher throttle settings, the intake is a little quieter , but the tone is deeper. More car like, and less motorcycle like
    5. It's cheap! The hose was $9 from the hardware store.
    6. It's easily reversable. Dont like it? Just throw it away.

    FiFi seems to like it. ( The cooler air). I like it ( the better tone)

    Win-Win !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alisobob View Post
    DSC_0004.jpg

    The stock air boot is a joke.... it's like Fiat had the car finished and then thought to themselves...

    "
    Penso che abbiamo dimenticato un modo per far entrare aria nel motore!!"

    The opening in the boot, is smaller than the butterfly on the throttle body. This is just bad engineering, any way you look at it.

    So I went and got a hunk of 3" I.D. vinyl tubing, the kind with a wire inside. I extended it all the way and then kinda smoosh'd it to change the cross section from round to oval. The round cross section is too big to fit.

    I snuck it down between the (auto) transmission and the cooling fan shroud. If you stick it down far enough it will draw cool air from in front of the front tire, but it's kinda shielded from drawing in any rain water. Then zip tie it to the factory air filter box opening. Total install time.... 5 minutes.

    DSC_0003.jpg

    DSC_0002.jpg

    This does a few things.
    1. Retains the factory air filter, which is huge for a 1400 cc engine ( When dealing with airfilters, huge is always a good thing)
    2. Cold air is better than hot air from on top of the radiatior.
    3. At low throttle settings, the intake tract is almost silent
    4. At higher throttle settings, the intake is a little quieter , but the tone is deeper. More car like, and less motorcycle like
    5. It's cheap! The hose was $9 from the hardware store.
    6. It's easily reversable. Dont like it? Just throw it away.

    FiFi seems to like it. ( The cooler air). I like it ( the better tone)

    Win-Win !
    How much of a tone difference does this make? This is like hack right here. Our K&N filter already adds a deep tone to Piccolo, so that tubing could make it really awesome, and a bit loud. I heard with intake systems, it's fairly quiet until you stomp on it, then it gets loud.
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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