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Not unless you have a cone type filter to replace it with. If I am correct, the lower portion has the inlet to the intake tubing not to mention supporting the drop in filter.
 

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It's OK but you need to tape your filter to the top of the airbox or else it might fall out and then you are wide open. I know a guy that runs an open airbox with the filter securely duct-taped in and it works fine.

5Sfte: The bottom has the intake from the resonator and the snorkle, and the top goes to the throttle body.
 

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Chris Corolla S said:
It's OK but you need to tape your filter to the top of the airbox or else it might fall out and then you are wide open. I know a guy that runs an open airbox with the filter securely duct-taped in and it works fine.

5Sfte: The bottom has the intake from the resonator and the snorkle, and the top goes to the throttle body.
It's been a while since I had to deal with that box. Sorry about the misinformation.
 

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^ even better would be to DIY a CAI to actually get some small hp benefits...

with the setup you have now i would think you would have lost some hp with that cone end sucking in nothing but HOT engine air....cool air = power

Keri
 
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