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Birds of a feather flock together, but if those birds are turkeys, it's best to take a solo flight south. The same goes for run-of-the mill air intake kits. How are you gonna beat the feathers off the competition if you're all running the same kit? So, instead of pigeonholing your engine with the rest of the flock, let it scream like an angry eagle with the Airaid U-Build-It Universal Intake Kit.
Airaid gives you complete control, letting you design and configure your air intake system any way you see fit. These custom Airaid DIY CAI kits comes in your choice of 3", 3.5", 4", 5" and even free-breathing 6" tubing. The Master kits include elbows, straight tubes, silicone hump hoses, silicone reducers and all mounting hardware. They leave the rest to you.
Once you're finished piping the power to your engine, cap off your custom creation with a crud-busting Airaid air filter to let the power in and keep the dirt out. And, Airaid caps the deal by backing your U-Build-It Universal Intake Kit with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by shawn c (Littleton, CO) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Suburban — Jun 27, 2014 7:14 AM
The kit I got only came with the tubing. No connectors. After I cut all the pieces I needed. I found out that it wouldn't fit under my hood on my Suburban with the 8.1L. The throttle body faces upward. But the quality of the parts are great!!
Reviewed by Darin L (Saint Cloud, MN) Reviewed for a 1998 Lincoln Town Car — Dec 17, 2013 8:42 PM
Very easy to build your own intake. I got the 3" kit and my only complaint is the inner diameter is about 67mm (2.6") and outer diameter is 76mm (3.0") so the walls are very thick. On the plus side if you need to thread any fittings in there should be sufficient thickness.
Reviewed by Randall I (Falconer, NY) Reviewed for a 1992 Chevy C/K 1500 — Sep 04, 2013 2:15 AM
I ordered the unit and had it delivered only took 2 days. straight forward build I would add another flexible boot. I used my radial arm saw and hand saw to make my cuts both worked fine.