Replacing factory parts, beautifying, personalising or otherwise customising your MX5 or Roadster.
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This is a link to a very detailed article at the autospeed website from 3 April, 2001 on adding a DIY intake setup using a cone filter and Cowl intake.
If anyone has other links to photos or articles on DIY induction setups, please post them below.
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Currently gathering parts to make this up myself. You don't think something like this will get me any trouble with warrants? Just want to be safe before I start hacking into parts of the metal...
If this is a hairdressers car, you better be ready to get scalped.
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