Im looking to put a short ram intake in my 2009 galant

Asked by Feb 08, 2012 at 11:35 PM about the Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: Car Customization

okay so im new to the performance side of cars i normally do audio. im starting
with air intake and exhaust. looking at my engine i dont think the cold air intake
will work plus seems a bit more complicated so im thinking SRI. my problem is i
cant seem to find a actual SRI for the 2009 year im thinking the 07 will work but
looking for help because ive never done this before and id rather do it my self  
otherwise wheres the fun in it right?? any help appreciated

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lol, why would you do performance mods to a galant

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its just what he likes i guess.. heres the thing, you think it wont fit if you just want to slap it in... it has to be custom, i mean all the pipes and the bolts should be done in a machine shop for you to get results that would fit and go through every inch of the engine... CAI is way too bulky for your engine room but i guess there are ways to fit a smaller one but with larger pipes... and the simplest way to upgrade your exhaus is remove the resonating chamber and have it welded back with just the catalytic converter straight to an aftermarket muffler... it will give you a little hp and a nice vroom sound...

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