The 00-01 came with the SR20DE engine in the SE, 02 and up they changed over to the QR25DE for the SE-R's and Spec-V's. That's why they are different, two different engines. Shouldn't be hard to find a CAI for your engine, and better than the Nismo. Probably cheaper too.rselah25 said:duh its different!!!...im just curious b/c on some cars you can custom fit stuff...duh...i dont know much about the se-r/specv...i dont know what the clearance or whatever is in the area the intake goes through...
Here is a link to a site that shows both gen 1 & gen 2 http://www.leeparts.com/ser.html . It looks like they did some integration with the MAF. If you have an '05, the cost is the same. I went with the gen 2, and it is on its way.05SpecVicious said:Does the 02-04 Nismo CAI fit on my 05 Spec? Will I have to get the 2nd Gen?
How whould it fit?
then what mods are not a waste of money on a N/A car?NIUPonyBoy said:CAI on any NA application is a waste of money.
Freeing up your exhaust but choking the intake doesn't get you far. While mod gains are by no means "arithmetic", one can and often does impact the other.NIUPonyBoy said:$200 for two horses is not very money savy. I wouldn't waste my money.
But freeing up your exhaust is a good start, just not an annoying fart cannon.
That's one of the main reasons i'm looking to get a CAI . I can already hear the air coming in with the stock setup. With an CAI it will be insane. I also hope that it will increase trottle response, and it will look cool.That's all I really want out of a CAI. If you want power SC, TC or Nitrous :asleep:Zac said:Quite a few people also upgrade to a CAI for sound. I can only imagine the Stang sounded badass with a CAI.