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WTB : OEM "lower" Clean Air Intake and Transmission Mounts

Wanted the OEM "lower" clean air intake ( from anyone that has converted to the high flow rate cold air intake ).

Also looking for front and maybe rear transmission mounts on the 07 - 2.2L version or newer ( maybe other years okay ? - I don't know what else is compatable )

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Wanted the OEM "lower" clean air intake ( from anyone that has converted to the high flow rate cold air intake ).

Also looking for front and maybe rear transmission mounts on the 07 - 2.2L version or newer ( maybe other years okay ? - I don't know what else is compatable )

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I have the entire stock air intake setup including the resonator.
I'll post pics later.

What is it worth to you?




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I call it the "lower portion" could this really be called the "resonator" ?

I am just interested in the lower plastic portion where hopefully the water/ foriegn objects / etc. is stopped before it reaches the air cleaner. Mine was lost ( along with other items somewhere out on the highway after sliding off the road last winter. I am slowly geting the car back togather piece by piece , air bags /seat belts are already turning into be the major headache. And I already learned a nasty lesson ( = taken to the cleaners ) about the windshield.

I am looking for someone who just wants to discard it ( after they have aleady upgraded to the higher velocity cold air intake ), so I will definitely payout for the shipping via US mail.

PM me what you may have in mind ?

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I am just interested in the lower plastic portion where hopefully the water/ foriegn objects / etc. is stopped before it reaches the air cleaner. Mine was lost ( along with other items somewhere out on the highway after sliding off the road last winter. I am slowly geting the car back togather piece by piece , air bags /seat belts are already turning into be the major headache. And I already learned a nasty lesson ( = taken to the cleaners ) about the windshield.

I am looking for someone who just wants to discard it ( after they have aleady upgraded to the higher velocity cold air intake ), so I will definitely payout for the shipping via US mail.

PM me what you may have in mind ?
Just an FYI: That part is just a resonator that just quiets the intake. it won't hurt to have it missing.


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Quote: "That part is just a resonator that just quiets the intake. it won't hurt"

I am still interested in the lower portion "resonator " as it will help slow down the intake of water when going through water logged streets after the big summer rains. I have no problem paying for the shipping charge

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I am still interested in the lower portion "resonator " as it will help slow down the intake of water when going through water logged streets after the big summer rains. I have no problem paying for the shipping charge
It won't help. Plus anyways, you should never try to pass water covered roads. Water high enough to get sucked into the resonator-less airbox is high enough to easily sweep your car away as well as leak into the interior and damage electrical components.


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Yeah, all the resonator is meant to do is to reduce the engine's inherent 2nd order frequencies it produces - that is it's only function.

I have one too if you really want it.

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Resonator

Yeah , i am interested
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[/COLOR]Yes I am willing to pay that. My response by Monday, I am going to view some parts over the weekend. Not sure exactly what plastic parts they have left.

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i dont know man its not like your going mud bogging so i wouldn't worry about it

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