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Old 09-13-2009, 04:44 PM   #1
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ADM Performance Highflow Intake Advantages

I put together a small list of reasons why our Intake has benefits of other designs.I made this available to aid in those not sure about what they are buying or looking to buy.I hope this helps you in your decision as we aim to please each and every style of customer from the basic bolt on to the most extreme power level customer.

ADM Performance Intake – Benefits

Benefit #1
Powder Coated finish of exposed aluminum parts.

Benefit #2
Lightweight aluminum parts and pieces. Aircraft quality stainless screws and fasteners.

Benefit #3
MAF/IAT sensor is relocated into the airbox itself, out of the engine bay hot air environment.
This permits the ECM to read cooler temps which translates into increased timing and more
power without triggering any knock retard. Increased timing means more horsepower.

Benefit #4
The ADM airbox location permits cooler air to be ingested from the factory scoop located
behind the grill on the driver side as well as around the washer bottle and fender well... Not
from the hot engine bay area.

Benefit #5
Future upgrading to turbos, superchargers, etc can still utilize the ADM intake system. This
means that no money is wasted now as this system has more flexability than many others.
So as you consider added engine mods in the future this intake system can remain in your car.

Benefit #6
Should you choose to de-mod your vehicle in the future most all of the parts can be utilized in
future applications. The ADM filter is a 4” universal type not specific to this intake only. The
ADM silicone couplers can be used on other custom applications as well. Even the exclusive
6061 100mm MAF housing is universal and could be used on other applications.

Benefit#7
ADM uses a Full 4” 100mm ID system from the filter to the throttlebody.

Benefit #8

The availibity for a “FULL RACE VERSION” which enhances the factory ducting system to TRAP and DIRECT a cold air stream directly into the SEALED AIR BOX


STANDARD STREET KIT INSTALLED ON A MAGGIE S/C CAR -


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Old 09-13-2009, 05:42 PM   #2
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A few pics of our components

Here are what some of the parts look like un installed -

T-6061 Aluminum 100mm Maf Housing



High Quality 100mm Silicone Hose



100MM Mandrel Bent .062 wall T-6061 Pipe



Aircraft Grade Stainless steel hardware



Black Powder Coated CNC Cut T-6061 Aluminum Airlid with Edgeseal



Black Powder Coated CNC Cut T-6061 Aluminum Side Panel With Edgeseal















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Old 09-13-2009, 05:54 PM   #3
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"ENGINEERED to EXCEL"

The planning, engineering and execution of this airbox has to be one of the best products I have seen you put together, brother. I’ve been around to see A LOT of things you imagined then planned, engineered and executed. This airbox has to rank towards the top of all the things I’ve witnessed.

The results on the dyno and by some members at the track is CLEAR evidence that it just plain works. PERIOD!
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"ENGINEERED to EXCEL"

The planning, engineering and execution of this airbox has to be one of the best products I have seen you put together, brother. Iíve been around to see A LOT of things you imagined then planned, engineered and executed. This airbox has to rank towards the top of all the things Iíve witnessed.

The results on the dyno and by some members at the track is CLEAR evidence that it just plain works. PERIOD!

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Old 09-13-2009, 06:39 PM   #5
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I agree... with both.This system is leaps and bounds better than our Trailblazer SS systems that dominated that market.

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"ENGINEERED to EXCEL"

The planning, engineering and execution of this airbox has to be one of the best products I have seen you put together, brother. I’ve been around to see A LOT of things you imagined then planned, engineered and executed. This airbox has to rank towards the top of all the things I’ve witnessed.

The results on the dyno and by some members at the track is CLEAR evidence that it just plain works. PERIOD!
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Props to ADM Performance... I am loving the performance improvement and it looks good too.
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Old 09-13-2009, 07:41 PM   #7
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Fit and finish was top notch! When I opened the box the 100mm maf housing was a bonus!
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Could you retrofit this to a TBSS...how hard would it be for you to create "this" type of system for the TBSS?
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Old 09-14-2009, 06:12 AM   #9
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Could you retrofit this to a TBSS...how hard would it be for you to create "this" type of system for the TBSS?
Every part but the box.
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Fit and finish was top notch! When I opened the box the 100mm maf housing was a bonus!
Exactly!
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"ENGINEERED to EXCEL"

The planning, engineering and execution of this airbox has to be one of the best products I have seen you put together, brother. Iíve been around to see A LOT of things you imagined then planned, engineered and executed. This airbox has to rank towards the top of all the things Iíve witnessed.

The results on the dyno and by some members at the track is CLEAR evidence that it just plain works. PERIOD!
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Old 09-14-2009, 08:51 AM   #12
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This is the unit I will be going with in the next 2 weeks. Looks like it is head and shoulders above the comp.
Andy, How much shipped?
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Is this a dry or wet filter?
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I also am curious to know does it fit good or does it have gaps like the others I'm seeing. Veraram and roto fab both have gaps and are not sealed nearly as well as I would like to have seen them fit. All the pics show gaps at both corners. The silicone tubing looks like a condum LOL. Other than that it looks like a very nice setup.
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I also am curious to know does it fit good or does it have gaps like the others I'm seeing. Veraram and roto fab both have gaps and are not sealed nearly as well as I would like to have seen them fit. All the pics show gaps at both corners. The silicone tubing looks like a condum LOL. Other than that it looks like a very nice setup.
Checked my on my lunch hour today... I was pretty sure and my-recheck confirmed... no gaps here.
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Old 09-14-2009, 11:50 AM   #16
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I will try to take pictures of mine, but when installing, I had gaps along the fender well and against the frame rail. It's not easy to get in there and get pictures
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Is this a dry or wet filter?
Dry filter...
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Old 09-14-2009, 01:23 PM   #18
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Is this a dry or wet filter?
We use K/N and S&B filters.Both require cleaning intervals and re oiling.

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Hmm...didn't see anything in the instructions about oiling the filter. Can you provide details? What cleaning intervals? What kind of oil & how much?

I installed the way it came - out of the box.

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Do you have any pictures of the full race version ducting to show yet ?
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Hmm...didn't see anything in the instructions about oiling the filter. Can you provide details? What cleaning intervals? What kind of oil & how much?

I installed the way it came - out of the box.

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It comes pre-oiled.

I recommend cleaning every 3rd oil change.


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I posted this elsewhere too. You can see the large gap against the fender, and there's a large gap against the frame rail - which is harder to see. I pushed it ALL the way forward and all the way down, but the 1 connection point is keeping it from going forward and further down.

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I posted this elsewhere too. You can see the large gap against the fender, and there's a large gap against the frame rail - which is harder to see. I pushed it ALL the way forward and all the way down, but the 1 connection point is keeping it from going forward and further down.
You do not have it installed correctly. The air box is made to go further forward than you have it mounted.

Andy was going to take some additional pictures this morning to show the proper installation. The rubber lining on the leading edge of the metal will uniformly press against the fender liner. The mounting angle bracket on the plate facing towards the back of the car will mount on the factory utilized airbox mounting post.

The additional pictures should help to clarify the proper install position.
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Well, I hope they help! I thought I pushed it as far forward as it would go - there seems no way to get it to go further forward while it's connected to the 1 mounting angle bracket, or further down...The side piece (with the air filter pipe coming it) is jammed against the front. I can't see how it would go further - which is the only way to get the fender liner & side piece to line up.

I'll wait for the additional pictures :(
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