I have same thing, I expected to have gain off line, but nothing till 3-4 grand, my intake is just the AEM cone I got from Friend.
I think you should put it in that crevice because youll get more air flow are you going to PVC piping? those are just my thoughts but Im sure some others would be more helpful. Let me know what your going to do....I think you need some hi temp paintCarnegee79 said:hey vin i read recently if i connect a tube from the adapter plate to the filter and extend it about 8-10 inches ill have a much better intake system. Im gonna give it a try. I just dont know where to put it. Should i wedge it next to the battery?? or should i cut out that hole where you tear out that stock black tubing when you upgrade to a wai and then wedge it inside that crevice? Any thoughts?
that dual exhaust probably makes you lose a couple ft-lb of torque too.Alty94 said:Alright...I just pust a WAI on my 94 auto alty, from a dead stop punching the gas it feels like it has no guts...but round about 3 grand it starts pulling like mad and 4 grand the tone of the intake/exhast changes to a nice growl...my only complaint is the lack of power off the line.....any ideas ?
BTW..It's a ractive heatshield filter and adapter plate with the tube from the factory air box sitting in front of it.
damn i was gonna get that done.Parsec said:
that dual exhaust probably makes you lose a couple ft-lb of torque too.
same problem here it's because the altima has no balls off the line I think you'll find that you lose less low power with the WAI rather than the CAI trust me on this one. JMOAlty94 said:It's actually single until it hits the muffler then its single through the muffler and splits to dual at the last inch or so...but yeah I lost a little off the line when I installed it..