Is that my picture! :like: I need some sort of kick back for that. Just kidding, thank you for being a big supporter of the forum.
I wouldn't mind any suggestions on replacing those four bolt-posts that hold the lid to the airbox. Something a little more low profile, or even some sort of thumb...
Ok, I just got back and it is not stock, but better than the open airbox
FPPP2 with the GT500 airbox
86 degrees ambient
Cruising around town and IAT’s are 10-13 over. Mostly mid to high 90’s.
I sat at a few long lights and I saw 109 at its worst. But it drops quicker now.
Cylinder temp only...
The GT500 airbox only solves the high IAT issue. No improvement over performance, but I believe everyone would understand that.
With the stock Mustang GT setup, I would see 5-10 degrees above ambient. All day, everyday
The FPP2 setup with the open GT350 airbox saw around 20 degrees at red...
Well, I know I’m late to the party, but a few weeks ago I installed the PP2 kit. And like others, I was getting higher IAT’s over stock with the new kit. I ordered the three GT500 parts for the air box and it is sharp. Shout out to @ZenkaiRacer for verifying the parts list, and the tip about the...
I just installed my PP2 kit on my 2017, and see higher IAT's over the stock intake setup. Did you get just the GT500 box and lid (KR3Z-9661-A and KR3Z-9A612-A), or did you need anything else for the gen2 setup? I'm hoping to use the GT350 tube/filter/etc.
What I found searching FB:
VK05, plugs directly into the varex wiring.
Simple 3 way switch, but plugs directly into the wires, removing the varex box, so it is really plug and play. It is larger/longer than I thought.
I have one and I'm still looking for a great spot to install...
glad things went ok. The remote grows on you. I bought the switch, but have not found a proper place for it. I was shooting for the temp sensor panel, right of the steering wheel, but the switch is too long to fit.