jub jub said:Well, if Backlash is there I would get a Vram. He has done a bunch of them and do them in his sleep. Besides, they're pretty good from what I've been told. :cheers:
OB'SZ06 said:I have already done the usual searches. Since I plan to bring an intake system to Joe's upcoming Mod Party at ECS, ease of installation is not all that critical.
I need a nudge in the right direction. :z:
Now Joe in fairness here, not as many of these units have been sold as Vararams and the Vararam is not compatible with most (if not all) supercharger upgrades.GNX Guy said:I don't think I've ever seen one in the for sale section, probably because they work.
I just installed the vararam. Fun project, took a few hours. I am planning on getting the K&N filter, Part number 33-2522, for it. The filter is came with is a little on the flakey side. When going to the track I would use the filter it came with. For a day drive I will use the K&N. I have not got the K&N filter yet, so I can not personally comment on fit.Vettitude said:The Vararam is great, but the materials are a bit on the cheesy side when it comes to the airbox connections. I think they need to upgrade the thickness of the plastic, and a better filter system. Mine is falling apart, and I've cleaned it twice since install. I almost wish I had gone with the Vortex Rammer now, at least it sports a filter that wasn't made by Mattel.