Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Wivm1014 » Sun Sep 09, 2012 4:14 pm

This is no joke guys. I fell into the eBay trap. $45 shipped was music to my ears and it "said" it would fit my car. It doesn't. From one beretta owner to others, the picture proves styluss makes them correctly. Thanks to eBay I paid $45 for some "chrome" pipe and a $10 filter. I will be saving up for Styluss's kit


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Mon Sep 10, 2012 3:50 pm

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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...


And that is what I meant to say. It's not the throttle bodies that are different but the other items around them that will/could affect the routing of the piping.

Just has to make a trip down huh 88GTZ? YOu men to the friggin' edge of the state!?!? Why don't one of those cars come to me with my side skirts!?!? :wink:


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby scd88ga » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:28 pm

Styluss wrote:
And that is what I meant to say. It's not the throttle bodies that are different but the other items around them that will/could affect the routing of the piping.


Yeah, the batteries turned to the side in later years like every other Beretta. I still can't think of anything around them that would interfere? Somebody bring him a damn quad for mock-up already! :D


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby 3X00-Modified » Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:58 am

Or someone take the time to mock up their own and let Ryan sell it... Hell I did my own 3 pipe system rather than the 4 that tranzgenic used to sell. The second photo is of the 3 pipe one... the first photo was the 4 pipe and caused my fender well to bulge.

IIRC I gave Ryan info on how to do that as well since I would like to see others have that option. I also made an intake for Bman after Niagara.



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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:32 pm

Honestly Jon it is just about as easy as not including the 4th pipe piece. IIRC only a very small adjustment, if any, is needed to the cut on the third pipe to have it suffice on its own. My one issue is that I don't want to sell someone a 3 pipe intake and have it not fit well. I would like to see one first hand to make sure I'm selling a quality product.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby 3X00-Modified » Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:05 pm

How much does a 45* or a 90* pipe cost? and another coupler? That's why I went with the 3 pipe system and it also made my filter fit much better.

I could get you pics and measurement's if you wanted, but mine is with a very small K&N filter.



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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Wed Sep 12, 2012 2:26 pm

Yeah, I think it may be beneficial for me to order a smaller size filter for the 3x00 applications.

Moving to a three pipe system wont save a ton of cash, but it will save a chunk!


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby 3X00-Modified » Wed Sep 12, 2012 2:29 pm

Moving to a smaller filter wont save you money trust me... this small K&N filter was expensive LOL Unless of course you find a small off name brand one.



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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Money pit Beretta » Wed Sep 12, 2012 6:08 pm

I'd have to look mine up, but I think it was just under the X stream that I had on the 90. I can look up the part number of the one that I have on the 95 if you want.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Thu Sep 13, 2012 2:27 pm

I wasn't stating that a smaller filter would save on costs, but that it would simply fit better.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Money pit Beretta » Thu Sep 13, 2012 2:43 pm

It sure does fit better. Sure miss the 90 and the ability to use that X stream. Sure loved how that thing was made. That top filter has got to make the flow smooth.

Styluss I'd say that you could offer them for older cars, but it was hell to get it in there. I even had to bend the horn bracket all the way back.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Styluss » Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:33 pm

Offer what exactly for older cars? CAIs? I do! And they fit pretty good, although I did bend my horn back as well just for more room.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby Money pit Beretta » Fri Sep 14, 2012 8:11 pm

No the K&N X Stream, like the one I used on my old Tranzgenic.
Funny thing is your CAI looks very close(ha,ha).

I swear that when you honk the horn the car slows down a small amount. But that's just me and I'm a bit crazy.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby felixGTU » Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:51 pm

Hey Ryan do know if the warm air intake would be smog legal for California? These are the reasons why I do not like living in CA.


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Re: Styluss Automotive Warm & Cold Air Intakes

Postby 3X00-Modified » Fri Dec 14, 2012 11:06 am

felixGTU wrote:Hey Ryan do know if the warm air intake would be smog legal for California? These are the reasons why I do not like living in CA.


Probably not, but just save all of your original air box and have it inspected with those parts on it and swap it over after. I was going to play that game with my Legacy exhaust until I just put a small cat on it and got it to pass emissions without a hitch.




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