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Has anyone fitted one of these to a mk1 1.6, is this even possible?

Seems a simple idea but not sure whether the input from the air flow meter would be accepted by the ecu as they are different types and the kit is originally designed for the mk2/2.5 1.8.

Can anyone with a bit more knowledge in this area help?http://www.mx5parts.co.uk/typhoon-intake-system-mazda-mk225-p-473.html

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would replacing the "rubber" end pieces of the kit with silicone 45 or 90 degree parts not possibly move it down enough to fit under? or is the drop required too great to use this method?
 

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would replacing the "rubber" end pieces of the kit with silicone 45 or 90 degree parts not possibly move it down enough to fit under? or is the drop required too great to use this method?
Perhaps but youre just throwing money into the wind. Cross over chambers on the 1.6 don't really do much. Money spent better elsewhere unless you just want to tinker in which case I'd play with an ARC chamber instead.
 

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Perhaps but youre just throwing money into the wind. Cross over chambers on the 1.6 don't really do much. Money spent better elsewhere unless you just want to tinker in which case I'd play with an ARC chamber instead.
Thanks for the advice, admittedly its more the look i'm after and the ARC is god damn sexy, it was also the much smaller air flow meter that interested me as well would it be possible to use a standard mk2/ mk2.5 unit?
 

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I had an old 2.5" cold air intake from an integra. I cut it into three sections and made my own cold air intake for it. Well, hot air intake I guess as it still sits in oem location. But its soooo much better than the NA 1.6 piping
 
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