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Old 07-08-2007, 04:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone know what size of bypass valve will fit the bms coldair? its been raining a crap load yesterday, and even flooded a street while leaving the local autocross course.
i'm thinking the size of the intake is 3" and found a bypass valve that should fit that size? if anyone knows of any links or anything for it, plz lmk THX!
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move the filter up to the rubber? Make it short ram. Filter dosnb't fit well, but its an option.


That or make a snorkel :P
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move the filter up to the rubber? Make it short ram. Filter dosnb't fit well, but its an option.


That or make a snorkel :P

although they're very ugly, you'd get some real low temp air
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If your concerned about water, move the filter up to the first part
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I think one of the BMS guys here said that the K&N one will fit the BMS intake.
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bypass valve? for what???
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bypass valve? for what???
it's pretty much there to prevent water from getting to your TB...like if you dip your nose in a lake enough to suck water past your filter and up your tube
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ok gotcha..
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it's pretty much there to prevent water from getting to your TB...like if you dip your nose in a lake enough to suck water past your filter and up your tube
lol, lake. yeah, i go underwater exploring in my reno. SO WHAT?!
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stay away from white water rafting in the reno. NE ways just kidding, haven't had any trouble with mine yet and its been raining bricks for the past two weeks.
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