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> CAI for Elantra Touring 2009
RyanLJS
post Mar 25 2014, 11:30 PM
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The 2008 Hyundai Elantra Touring Beach Cruiser unveiled at Sema had a CAI installed in it and Hyundai advertised it but does anybody know what they used?


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post Mar 26 2014, 07:47 PM
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Welcome to the club!!!

Not sure if this would work but it appears to be for the 2.0L engine the Touring has.

Weapon-R Intake

Not sure what the Touring concept car used. Probably was custom fabricated though?


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Sorry for the late reply but the weapon r intake is not a great cai its more of a sri Ive done a lot of research and the best bet is the K&N Apollo you just gotta fabricate mounts for your ecu. I have came to the conclusion that it has a heatsink on it for a reason and there is air moment while driving in the engine bay so it should be fine. If it is going to overheat its going to be when heat builds up in the engine bay after the car is parked where the heat doesnt disipates quick enough
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kn apollo waaaay overpriced..

i cant remember what intake that INCUS HD had backindaday
AEM special?

WeaponR- works well on some cars and is absolute **** on others.
not only are they ridiculously expensive, the company does ZERO research or tuning.
they simply make an intake that fits the bay and hooks up to maf.


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