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wopgenius
post Jul 15 2008, 11:07 AM
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anyone know if the sport shifter or air intake are available yet? I normally wouldn't buy them but if they are going to be supported by hyundai then i just may. thanks.


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post Jul 15 2008, 04:12 PM
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QUOTE (wopgenius @ Jul 15 2008, 09:07 AM) *
anyone know if the sport shifter or air intake are available yet? I normally wouldn't buy them but if they are going to be supported by hyundai then i just may. thanks.


If you think Hyundai wants you to modify the car, forget it. They are making it more difficult to do that.

Don't know about the shifter, since it is different than the XD, but there are intakes around that fit; but you have to be aware that the ECU is cooled by the intake air. You need a cooling fan to cool it.


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QUOTE (cclngthr @ Jul 15 2008, 05:12 PM) *
If you think Hyundai wants you to modify the car, forget it. They are making it more difficult to do that.

Don't know about the shifter, since it is different than the XD, but there are intakes around that fit; but you have to be aware that the ECU is cooled by the intake air. You need a cooling fan to cool it.




oh I thought it would be similar to Subaru's SPT parts. While they include things like a cat back and air intake, Subaru supports adding those mods. Yea i have read about the ECU, thats why I figured an intake available through Hyundai would take that into account.


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QUOTE (wopgenius @ Jul 15 2008, 05:44 PM) *
oh I thought it would be similar to Subaru's SPT parts. While they include things like a cat back and air intake, Subaru supports adding those mods. Yea i have read about the ECU, thats why I figured an intake available through Hyundai would take that into account.


No intake available through Hyundai.


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It's 2009. I'm gonna resurrect this thread and ask you guys, is there a factory air intake out there yet for the HD???


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Since this thread is a sticky, it's not technically necro-bumping if I post after all this time, right?

Has anyone found part numbers for the heated seats + the controls for them?


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Nope...but I noticed KAI has a kit for sale...I believe it was around $265 for the buttons, wiring, and heating elements for both front seats.


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I tried to order the OE Hood Deflector for my 09 the other day. No longer available--discontinued. FYI.


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Hopefully this helps!!!

http://www.factoryhyundai.com/partlocator/...;catalogid=5499



Add to Order MSRP: $77.00 Your Price: $77.00
$65.83 Item Number: U8240-2H000 Quantity: Each

QUOTE (wopgenius @ Jul 15 2008, 11:07 AM) *
anyone know if the sport shifter or air intake are available yet? I normally wouldn't buy them but if they are going to be supported by hyundai then i just may. thanks.


Sport Shifter - http://www.factoryhyundai.com/partlocator/...;catalogid=5499



MSRP: $350.00 Your Price: $350.00
$299.25 Item Number: U8190-2H000 Quantity: Each


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I put a Weapon-R Secret Weapon intake on mine. It's a short ram intake, but has a hose you can attach that is supposed to make it more like a CAI. Installation wasn't too difficult, and I can tell a slight difference in power. The difference in sound is great! It probably only bumps gas mileage by 1-3 mpg, but everything helps.

Here's their website. http://www.weapon-r.com/home


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