Thats for the plug..............RSA Supra said:You can mount it on any hood with the same contours as the stock hood. The only issue would be how to line it up correctly if the hood doesn't have the same exact reinforcement shape as the stocker.
You can get them from either of these guys.
Is that for all the parts below that mkiv.com lists cost aprox. $250? If so im definitely ordering.parts 130.00 + 12.50 shipping in stock
I believe that the air guide directs air toward the 3 and 4 cylinders. This was designed after Toyota realized that the numbers 3 and 4 cylinders were the hottest cylinders in the block. There is an article describing this feature at mkiv.com under the heading BPU I believe.asheesh88 said:Hello,
Just so you know,
the air guide part will not be able to be used if you have a strut tower bar. I thought I had heard at one point that it will fit if you cut it or something, but Im not sure.
Without the guide, the scoop looks unchanged from the outside, but under the hood, their is no longer the guide that funnels air into that mini scoop (I believe it goes to the last 2 cylinders). Still, without the guide, I am sure some air gets in their and the rest of the engine area gets some cool air as well....