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All MASC intake orders placed after April 1st will recieve our new design. WE've shortened the velocity-stack part of the filter unit and DOUBLED the length of the foam filter element. The engineers were careful to reshape the velocity stack so as to not hurt it's maximum flow/ minimum turbulence quality. Our intake has been proven by customers such as BMR Fabrication, LM Performance, and many others to offer maximum bolt-on power. Testing showed that our old design flowed within 1 horsepower of fitting the MAF directly to the throttle body and NOT using any filter on a bolt-on application. The new, larger filter gets even closer and promises to keep up with modifications such as heads and cam.

Recent testing against a competitor's metal-piping air intake showed closed hood (real world) incoming air temperatures from our intake to be over 18 degrees cooler than theirs. ABS plastic doesn't transfer heat well, and therefore keeps your air at or near ambient temperature. Don't forget our optional cold-air surround completely isolates the filter element from the underhood enviroment.

We've also managed to lower the price on the intake kit. Orders placed after April 1st will be $229.99+s/h.

Look for updates on our website very soon. We're fully moved into our new facility and will be putting our attention back towards the website now. If you don't see a part for your GTO, call us.
 

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There seems to be a good deal of controversy regarding foam filtering efficiency. The off roaders swear by foam because it doesn't clog as readily as others, but then neither will an open pipe. A test HERE showed the Amsoil foam filter to let in even more dirt than a K&N. On the other hand a True Flow demonstration HERE showing their foam element letting in virtually no dirt.
Do Uniflow publish any data regarding filtering efficiency?
 
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