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I just put the Max Air in my car last week and couldn't be happier with it. It was fairly straight forward to install (instructions provided are very clear, step by step).

Car feels and sounds better, especially on a colder night.

I do not have a base dyno, but I will get my car dyno'd next week with basic BPU mods and the Max Air. Highly recommended.


A little side note, I actually messed the rubber seal up that comes with the intake. Its the one on top that seals it up with the hood.
It was my stupidity, but I emailed Steve Jarvis and he said that he would get a new one out immediately. Now thats great service!

You can order your Max Air from Dusty at mvpmotorsports.
 
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I got Steve's Max Air Box and it works great! Easy to install also! It is best to get it with the thermal wrap...:D
 
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I also have a Max Air box, and it helped with spool times. I'm TTC.
 

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Thanks Guys...
So i think all of you like the Max Air box and no one has tired or heard about the IceBoxx which seems pretty similar to the Max Air box and cheaper.

One more thing I forgot to ask is that I have the Philips HID kit. Right now I have the passenger side Ballast installed on the stock air box and am wondering if the Max Air box allows me to install the ballast around the Max Air box... because the ballasts wire is very small in length and has to be very close to the Headlight assembly.

Thank you.
 

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The Max Air intake and the IceBoxx are not the same. The Max Air uses BOTH of the orignal intake ducts that feads the stock airbox and has thermal wrap (makes a big difference with heatsoak). Also, service from MVP and Steve Jarvis is great. You get quick delivery and quick responses to any questions.

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I also recently put the MaxAirBox (MAB),MBC,TTC ( true twin conversion) & an old style AFC and then dynoed the car over the weekend and got 411 RWHP & 424 foot/lbs torque. I also have a DP and an Exhaust.
I personally like MAB as u can see the cone air filter as well that makes things look a little bit trickier ;) Also with this set up u'll b getting air from under the hood and into the air box with the provided custom bracket. I'll post picts later in the eve !BTW don't ask me how many of these units have MVP/Steve sold so far ;)
Regards. Yasir
 

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OK Yasir,
How many has MVP sold? And how is your active front spoiler working? That thing is just bad ass!
 

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I don't think we need to discuse how many have been sold. I will say that it's enough to know if there was anything wrong with the product. I am curious if anyone has actually purchased the other airbox and what their opinion is.

Later, Steve

BTW thanks for all your support guys.
 
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Steve Jarvis said:
I don't think we need to discuse how many have been sold. I will say that it's enough to know if there was anything wrong with the product. I am curious if anyone has actually purchased the other airbox and what their opinion is.

Later, Steve

BTW thanks for all your support guys.
If i knew if the Akimoto Intake piping could be used with the Icebox i'd buy it.
 

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Give Dusty at MVP Motorsports a call. He may be able to tell you whether this fits or not. He may actually be able to try this in a car if someone hasn't already tried it.

www.mvpmotorsports.com

Later, Steve
 

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For anyone interested, I have attached a picture of the current "MAX AIR" airbox. This is the K&N kit you can get complete from www.mvpmotorsports.com

As Kflee said, The "MAX AIR" uses the additional air provided by the stock intake duct mounted over the radiator, and thermal wrap (not visible in the picture) in the back of the airbox.

Later, Steve

www.geocities.com/steve_jarvis_me/Xstreme_MA.jpg

 
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