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    wicked, i just ordered the Injen intake off TDOT, Let ya know how it goes



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    Quote Originally Posted by colbpick View Post
    wicked, i just ordered the Injen intake off TDOT, Let ya know how it goes
    i think the MAF will fit this but modification required.
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/391569588536?...84.m1436.l2649



    what TDOT ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMicra2015 View Post
    i think the MAF will fit this but modification required.
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/391569588536?...84.m1436.l2649



    what TDOT ?
    with the right sized coupler, anything will go on... but what you've linked, even if rotated the right way around to get the filter out from under the windshield, the mounting tab would go straight down, the MAF would be pointed at the fire wall...

    TDOT = tdotperformance - website
    (t-dot = toronto)

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    dude (in another recent post ?) paid 35$+ for a maf holder,

    http://micra-forum.com/showthread.ph...old-Air-Intake

    for 55$+ you get the maf holder and the filter and pipe and you could CUT the pipe,(rotate as required) re-attach with silicon connectors....its the cheapest "starting point" ive found, but i didnt even know the 35$+ maf adapter existed. it says honda and nissan in the ad, honda stuff is usally dirt cheap so if someone more knowledgable than me on MAF bolt patterns wants to suggest a cheaper "starting point" i'm all ears.


    PS i did say "with some modification" BTW! LOL

    PPS i couldnt find an injen for a note on tdot ? and PPPS the tdot website is not the clearest!

    how come the injen and the HPS look so different?
    Amazods injen is on top of the battery, which no offence, looks like a short circuit in the making!!!?

    does the HPS hit anything?
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    Space's MAF holder was 3D printed by either Metro or Daox... I can't remember, but you'd likely not need one, we use the same blade type - size may even be the same.

    The pipe you linked to has two ~15 degree bends, you need a 90 to come off the throttle body or you'll be hitting things, so yes, you could cut the pipe, add a silicone 90, use two clamps and reattach, then rotate the pipe so the mounting tab is near any of the attachment points we have - at that point the maf mount would be at the bottom which likely isn't an issue. (53US for the unit, 17 for the silicone 90, 10 for the joiners, about 105 CAD + shipping.

    I've never used TDOT's website.

    The Injen was designed and dyno'd on the Versa - same engine and engine bay layout as the Micra, including intake placement over the battery (the battery terminal has a cover, is about an inch away, and the filters rim is rubber) - The HPS is basically the same as the MIA intake - sits between the battery and engine, makes running an intake duct from the bumper a lot easier if you're going the route of spacewolf. given the position of mine and how the other modifications I'm designing are shaping up, I'm going to re-use the stock intake snorkel location, just using a bigger tube... likely similar to dryer ducting lol

    Dealer pricing for the Injen is ~195 CAD, not sure what the HPS one is worth.


    Point being - "what intake will fit?" - tends to preclude anything above "slight" modifications. Without the specs of a given intake, even if it could "fit" - we can't say without trial and error that it wouldn't also cause an error code due to a change of airflow over the sensor.
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    I just cut/turn to right angle my Injen and go solder it to stop rubbing on my hood. Now no rub and fit perfectly. 1=where i cut and overlap, 2= instal and paint, 3 stock InjenName:  IMG_1941.jpg
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    looks awsome...not sure about solder....fiberglass/ or expoy maybe
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    I thought the same about solder... 514, what type did you use? If silver bearing or better (215C melt temp or higher) then you should be good for the vibrational stresses, otherwise you may eventually have that bit fall off.

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    i just go to a shop who solder aluminium, it cost 25$ and i'm sure don't break...

    Aluminium hard to solder, need tig and (hight voltage and impulse if i remember he told me...)

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    Perfect, that won't break then - for reference, "soldering" using electricity (tig, mig, or smaw) is called welding. Soldering is just adding material to a base material, welding actually melts part of the base material.


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