2015 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L DIY intake install

2015 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L DIY intake install

Specter Performance 3″ 90 & 45 degree elbow piping

K&N 3″ inlet air filter

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Lionfish Hunter says:

Congratulations you went from a factory cold air intake to a cheap intake that sucks in hot air from the engine!

Jon Maddux says:

Ok I need ur pipe size and angle n couplers pls.

turtletitan62 says:

All that custom intake is gonna do is suck the heat that comes off your motor.

CodyDoesIt says:

If your gonna drive it like that install a catch can I have a video of mine on my 2016 Elantra Gt. Cool video man

Alex Bonilla says:

Buen vídeo bro thanks bendiciones

Mussie Tesfay says:

The one you put a filter on is the fresh air intake to the crankcase of the PCV system. You should have it disconnected if you are doing a PCV delete like you did. The one near it however is for the brake booster. It takes advantage of the intake vacuum to assist in brake pedal feel.

Mussie Tesfay says:

Did you disconnect the brake booster?

Braap Patrol says:

What exhaust do you have? Sounds pretty nice.

Miller Dude says:

Do a turbo install PLZZZZZZ

firouz khafaji says:

How much power did you get?

Steven Corbo says:

that's not a true cold air intake would have to go down to the wheel well to get cold air you're sucking in hot air over there

Mark With A Maxima says:

Hey bro my homie n i did the same intake and it def helped. 60$

Kyle Kavanagh says:

Where is the maf sensor located? Any engine light's come on???

Orlando Colom says:

So I saw this too late, I installed an Injen short ram intake system in my 2.4 Sonata spending almost $300, but after a few months I installed the stock system for warranty purposes then decided to buy a K&n replacement filter because I didn't want my car to receive hot air. I'm planning to do something with the SRI so it can receive the cold air from outside, still figuring out.

crash29662 says:

I think those 2 lines u disconnected or vaccumm lines/ crankcase line , spectrum sells a piping conversion kits to connect those lines back to your intake manifold, you need to be able to suck excess oil sludge and gases from the crank case to relief pressure on the engine crankcase, otherwise to much pressure could cause oil seal leaks.. I would re connect them.

Corey Baker says:

What did you do with the maf sensor ?

Tenzing Chhoglang says:

Hey, I have the same car as yours. What you did with the air intake is awesome. I really wanted to do the same thing. Will you please share where and how did you purchase all these.

Tenzing Chhoglang says:

Hey, I have the same car as yours. What you did with the air intake is awesome. I really wanted to do the same thing. Will you please share where and how did you purchase all these.

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