Subaru Forester Owners Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Registered
1999 Forester S
Joined
·
754 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
so due to the lack of aftermarket support for intake for anything earlier then a 2000 forester, i decided to take matters into my own hands. first you need the cheapo adapter for the cone filter and the cone filter itself. the adapter fits a 2002 and up subaru but with a little modification it fits the sensor for the my99 year. All together it cost about 35 bucks so if you dont like it or you break it no biggie. you'll need to remove the airbox and the tube the sensor goes in and a way to stabilize the filter and your all done.

Buttdyno says more throttle response and a way awesome sound out of this setup, and maybe a small gain in fuel econ but its much too early to tell that yet.

Word of caution though: make sure that the sensor is facing the right way otherwise the car will keep stalling.
 

·
Premium Member
2004 Forester 4EAT
Joined
·
5,462 Posts
I have to ask, what's up with all tape on the sensor?
 

·
Registered
1999 Forester S
Joined
·
754 Posts
Discussion Starter #4
lol temporary air tightness assurance, i should say its not done but it works it just needs to be that last bit of polish and a heat shield
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top