I disagree. I have had my Hotshot for about 3 months now. I go to school at Penn State where we get a lot of snow and inclement weather. I've driven with my Hotshot through heavy rain where there has been 1-2 inch deep pools of water across the road, and I've not had one problem with water ingestion thus far. However, I did make an extension for winter for the splash guard, but that was more to keep the filter from dragging on frozen slush and being damaged. This extension was not added until after the first snow storm, so I drove through rain and slush without it and did not have any problems.Night_Raven said:...If you have any problems with it rainging where you live or being very dry DO NOT GET ONE. I have a PRM now. But never had any trouble with my Hotshot.
It's made out of 3" ABS plumbing parts, black rubber couplers, and hose clamps. It puts the K&N cone filter way down by the tranny just like the Hot Shot. I'll post pics as soon as I can. Trenton (SuperFlyPGT) from PNW did his intake long before me. I took some of his ideas and made a few changes for my own CAI. Here's a pic and more info; http://www.geocities.com/pgt96.geo/trenton/intake.htmlMX6Princess said:Blastmaster_c, how does it look.
People will argue this 'til the cows come home.Which is better, CAI or the Hotshot?
JP, how did you know that your car hydrofroze and how did you fix it? I'm just curious in case it ever happens to me.JPMX6GT said:My car already hydrofroze once, but luckily, the people at Probetalk helped me fix her...