that's nastyHave a look at that mate
I'm not sure if i like it though, might look good in white to match my van
i made a ram air intake fro my tr6 a while back, i got a £1.oo funnel from the local flea market, also got some ali light tubing from a plumbing flue suppliers, and simply cut off the bottom on the funnel copper wired the tubing to it and run it to the split air intake, simple really and cost just ten squid all in, i did have a snorkel on my td5 landrover, that wasnt as cheapI:A long shot I know (very long) but has anyone ever made a raised air intake for a t4 or have pictures of one.
you mean a snorkel, do you go off roading in your T4 then T:Thanks for the replies, but I was thinking of something alongs the lines of this ....
This does make sense. I've been over there and totally understand what your saying. Ok it's not as full of dust over here but the rain and from the road will do just as much damage.I've just come back from morocco and after a month driving pistes etc I had to clean the air filter and housing out every other day, the thing was full of sand/dust etc.
The problem is the air intake is so close to the wheel it just gets sucks everything in that gets thrown up.
The idea is to reduce the amount of dust that gets dragged into the filter.
Yeah I mean a "snorkel" but thought that would just confuse a lot of people.
Off roading I suppose so, a seikel lift and 215/75/15 and it goes pretty much where I want it too. Obviously its not a landrover but it gets most most places.