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    (Help) Amfib snorkel + AFE cold air intake ?

    I recently bought the amfib rugged ridge snorkel but i have an aftermarket cold air intake installed already (Momentum gt AFE Power) i realized that in order to install the snorkel i have to use my factory intake. Is there a way that i can use the intake with the snorkel?

    I also dont mind if i just use the snorkel for cosmetic purposes only and not connect it to the intake if theres a way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Honestly, I'd get rid of that CAI. It'll let in way too much dirt and it WILL ruin your engine. I have personally seen this happen to multiple Jeep engines.
    I used the the CAI for all my previous cars and didnt have any trouble with it its just a shame if i remove it and use a stock one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aliii View Post
    I used the the CAI for all my previous cars and didnt have any trouble with it its just a shame if i remove it and use a stock one
    Well, I suppose if you never take your Jeep off road like your previous cars, it'll work fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Well, I suppose if you never take your Jeep off road like your previous cars, it'll work fine.
    Can i add a seal to block the air/water from going into the snorkel just to have it for visuals only ( i dont have the inside tubes installed, i just have the outside piece installed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aliii View Post
    Can i add a seal to block the air/water from going into the snorkel just to have it for visuals only ( i dont have the inside tubes installed, i just have the outside piece installed)
    If you're just installing it for looks, you shouldn't need to do anything other than install the cowl piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    If you're just installing it for looks, you shouldn't need to do anything other than install the cowl piece.
    Oh okayy thats what ill do then, Thankssss


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    Save yourself some money and pickup some pvc pipe and spray paint it black if that’s all you want 🤣


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Save yourself some money and pickup some pvc pipe and spray paint it black if that’s all you want


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep1964 View Post


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    I just don't get the snorkel thing.. I don't think it looks cool at all. Jeeps aren't made to drive through enough water to even need a snorkel. I sure as hell will 'drive around' if water that deep. I saw a old Nissan Sentra the other day with a snorkel on. What a fn douche bag.

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