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    Where to buy cold air intake?

    I have been looking at Summit, Jegs, CarID, eBay auto, auto parts websites and I cannot find a cold air intake for a 1993 MM 2.4L. Am I looking in the wrong place?

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    I dont think any were ever made because this market is so small... you just need to make your own... a nice filter.. coupler hoses with clamps and the pipe from throttle body to filter.. plus this way you can locate it anywhere you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fastcolt View Post
    I dont think any were ever made because this market is so small... you just need to make your own... a nice filter.. coupler hoses with clamps and the pipe from throttle body to filter.. plus this way you can locate it anywhere you like.
    Makes sense. Thank you for the reply. See what I can come up with.

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    You mean hot air intake? No such thing exists in the aftermarket world. Stick to OEM

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    OEM is best but not as much fun; if you do craft a cold air intake use plastic parts not metal to reduce heat transfer & pipe size matters, too large = stagnant air...

    Have fun researching the physics of air flow & thermal conductivity

    If you make a CAI, please post a pic of your handiwork...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xboxrox View Post
    OEM is best but not as much fun; if you do craft a cold air intake use plastic parts not metal to reduce heat transfer & pipe size matters, too large = stagnant air...

    Have fun researching the physics of air flow & thermal conductivity

    If you make a CAI, please post a pic of your handiwork...
    Thanks! Will do.

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    I am not familiar with the later generations of MM/Ram50. My first gen comes with an OE cold air intake. It is a plastic hose from the grill to the air cleaner. That is the coldest air you can get. Anything inside the engine bay is going to be warm to hot air.
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    it was 103 here today.. so outside air would still be hot LOL.. which is why its called fresh air intake... to many misused quotes in the F&F series of movies.. LOL....

    Speaking of bad quotes.. i just happened to catch the start of transformers last night.. bimbo looks under the hood of his camero and says,, nice double pumper carb... well if u look its injected... 0 carb on that car LOL..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 85Ram50 View Post
    I am not familiar with the later generations of MM/Ram50. My first gen comes with an OE cold air intake. It is a plastic hose from the grill to the air cleaner. That is the coldest air you can get. Anything inside the engine bay is going to be warm to hot air.
    Interesting!

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    What I am finding so far is with it having to be a custom thing, this thread here: http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...old-Air-Intake points to Cosmo Racing. They have an adapter for my Mighty Max as well as others here: https://cosmoracing.com/en/mitsubish...96-2-4l-pickup.

    The rest is on me to workup piping for the mass air flow box to the engine.

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