Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

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Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:32 pm

Styluss Automotive is happy to announce cold air and warm air intake kits for your Beretta!

Our intakes are made from T6061 aluminum and are mirror polished. The piping is 1.5mm thick and is tested tough. We provide a much superior product to those half ass kits sold on eBay for pennies on the dollar. You are getting what you pay for! Our piping will not bend, rust, or decay like these cheapy kits have been known to do. Plus, it is easily polish-able back to a like new shine. Painting this piping to suit the needs of your look and style is also very easily done.

We also provide superior couplers, worm clamps and grommets for the most complete and clean installation possible. Made of a 4-ply aramid reinforced silicone our couplers are able to withstand temperatures below -65*F all the way up to 500*F and have a burst pressure rating in excess of 100psi and come in 3 colors! Our worm clamps are made of 300 series stainless steel for excellent corrosion resistance. The grommets used are custom fit for your vehicle's sensor applications.

We offer two different options for your air filter as well. A standard paper cone filter good for about 50,000 miles or the famous K&N filter. The choice is yours! We are also obtaining pricing for two other options including a shorter filter for tight applications.

All of our bits and pieces are available as separate, individual purchases as well. Need a coupler or two? We got it. Want a new filter? Sold.

Below are some photos and pricing information concerning our products. We offer everything at a lower cost than you will find when purchasing similar quality items direct from a retailer. And with a flat shipping rate of $10 - $15 per intake and $5 - $10 for parts orders, you cant go wrong!

At this time we only offer intakes for the 2.8, 3.1, 3100, 3400 and 3500 engines. We are seeking 2.2 and Quad 4 equipped cars for R&D purposes...

2.8L & 3.1L Cold Air Intake - Painted black to illustrate the option
We can drill out the IAT and crankcase return line holes if you like, or we can leave the piping whole.
The filter sits directly beneath the driver's side headlight. A small cut in the radiator support wall is necessary.
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Without filter - $105 + $15 shipping
With paper filter - $125 + $15 shipping
With K&N reusable filter - $145 + $15 shipping

3100, 3400 & 3500 Cold Air Intake - MAF and non-MAF available
We can drill out the IAT and crankcase return line holes if you like, or we can leave the piping whole.
The filter sits inside the driver's fender directly beneath the battery. The battery must be slightly relocated.
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*Photo Credits: 3X00 Modified* - Note: Yellow couplers no longer available.
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Without filter - $125 + $15 shipping
With paper filter - $145 + $15 shipping
With K&N reusable filter - $165 + $15 shipping

2.8L & 3.1L Warm Air Intake
We can drill out the IAT and crankcase return line holes, or we can leave the piping whole.
No modification of any sort necessary to install this intake system.
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Without filter - $40 + $10 shipping
With paper filter - $60 + $10 shipping
With K&N reusable filter - $70 + $10 shipping

Bits N' Pieces
45* Piping - $27 + $7 shipping
90*, 180* and straight piping also available - Inquire for pricing.
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Couplers - Available in black, blue and red and can be custom cut to any length - $7 per 3" + $5 shipping
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Paper Filter - $20 + $10 shipping
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K&N Filter - $35 + $10 shipping
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Worm Clamps - $2 + $5 shipping
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If you have any questions please feel free to post in this thread or contact me directly!

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Postby SummitBalt08 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:11 pm

I will be interested in a nice WAI for the Quad 4 when they are available. If need be maybe we can work something out to use my car for R&D at Bfest or something.


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Postby Styluss » Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:30 pm

The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough. I believe I was over thinking this setup in the past as well and have a new plan of attack ready and waiting for a R&D car...


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Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:20 pm

Styluss wrote:The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough. I believe I was over thinking this setup in the past as well and have a new plan of attack ready and waiting for a R&D car...

i kept the battery as is. routed the pipe into the front bumper where the vaccum canister is, thus swaped the canister to where the old air filter box was.


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Postby 90GTZHO » Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:56 pm

Thats what i did on my car, what Paul did with his car. Still looks pretty stock


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Postby Styluss » Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:50 pm

Can you both please send detailed pictures and more information? I would REALLY like to see this stuff.
My Email is: Stylusskid@msn.com if it makes it any easier.


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Postby blackedz26 » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:38 pm

What kinda gains do these ad on a stock 3100?


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Postby Styluss » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:29 pm

Well honestly, you would have to ask someone with a 3x00 engine. Perhaps 3X00 Modified will weigh in as I believe that he has one. Way back when Tranzgenic was producing these intakes they dyno tested one of them on the 2.8L engine and it was determined that these would yield about 5 - 7 horsepower. Other than that no one has done any real testing of gains. However I can tell you that they do what they are intended to do! I was very pleased with mine when I had it installed many years ago and I still swear by them, and not just because I'm the one selling them.


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Postby blackedz26 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:22 pm

Sounds good. When i get another z ill habeas to order one. :)


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Gtzman » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:12 pm

Are you any closer to making a quad cold air?



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Postby scd88ga » Fri Sep 07, 2012 9:51 am

Styluss wrote:The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough.


Huh? All 2.3 quad 4 throttle bodies are the same size, style, and location... There were minor changes in some years to the IACV location/clocking, TPS style, and coolant tubes (removable) on early ones, but nothing that would affect any sort of design change for an intake...


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Postby Caddy » Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:41 pm

scd88ga wrote:
Styluss wrote:The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough.


Huh? All 2.3 quad 4 throttle bodies are the same size, style, and location... There were minor changes in some years to the IACV location/clocking, TPS style, and coolant tubes (removable) on early ones, but nothing that would affect any sort of design change for an intake...



I know on my 90 GTZ the A/C accumulator is below the throttle body. Thus making it impossible to go straight down from the throttle body, yet my 92 GTZ has a dryer set up on the other side of the car making it easy to go down from the TB into the fender.



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Postby 1990BerettaGTZ2.3L » Sat Sep 08, 2012 12:05 am

scd88ga wrote:
Styluss wrote:The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough.


Huh? All 2.3 quad 4 throttle bodies are the same size, style, and location... There were minor changes in some years to the IACV location/clocking, TPS style, and coolant tubes (removable) on early ones, but nothing that would affect any sort of design change for an intake...


I wouldn't say that cause the idiot that decided to put what I believe is a 95 quad LO the throttle body doesn't work with my throttle cable for some reason ain't jiving with it and my valve stays half open with the cable hooked up so something has to be different with the throttle cable valve hookup bit as you stated the diameter is the same so all you need is one quad car for a mock up


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Postby scd88ga » Sun Sep 09, 2012 1:14 am

1990BerettaGTZ2.3L wrote:
scd88ga wrote:
Styluss wrote:The tricky thing is the three different styles of throttle body on the various years of the cars. It makes a "one size fits all Quads" application very tough.


Huh? All 2.3 quad 4 throttle bodies are the same size, style, and location... There were minor changes in some years to the IACV location/clocking, TPS style, and coolant tubes (removable) on early ones, but nothing that would affect any sort of design change for an intake...


I wouldn't say that cause the idiot that decided to put what I believe is a 95 quad LO the throttle body doesn't work with my throttle cable for some reason ain't jiving with it and my valve stays half open with the cable hooked up so something has to be different with the throttle cable valve hookup bit as you stated the diameter is the same so all you need is one quad car for a mock up


Wouldn't say what? They are still all the same size, and by style I meant shape. I don't know where Styluss got his info from, it's odd.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby 88gtz » Sun Sep 09, 2012 2:15 am

He has a 90 right next door (my bother's) and now I have a 90 & 93 he just has to make a trip down.




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