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Z1 Motorsports G37 Cold Air Intake

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Old 03-30-2018, 05:10 PM   #16  
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Do yourself a favor, sell them and get Stillen Gen 3 or something like that. I had the z1 intakes for couple months or so. Z1 products are hit or miss. For me the z1 intake filtered poorly also. Lots of dirt in the pipe. I have some products that I like from them and some I canít stand. Also not a fan of how the filters are not secured to anything and are very wobbly. Sorry your having problems, hope you get it figured out
Are you sure the dirt isn't just from the hose coming off the valve cover? Some dirt will get in there if you still have a pcv valve
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Are you sure the dirt isn't just from the hose coming off the valve cover? Some dirt will get in there if you still have a pcv valve
He either has something installed wrong or ripped a filter.
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