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Make one. Use plastic, or perspex, or stainless, or whatever you want, it just has to be enclosed. Just don't forget to leave a bit for the air to actually get in :P

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melv, there is a place in brisbane which i use, but yeah its a little while to travel. STZ automotive 3630 4455. They should look after you on prices if you tell them your a mate of mine as he said he would.

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is it essential to have a mod plate for a blitz pod filter?? fitted one to my r32 yesterday n im just curious??

Pretty sure if the pod is secure to the car it should be fine (ie. not loose in the engine bay), or if you are up to it then make a CAI box for it.

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