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I installed a new shiny Cold Air Intake system on my Juke today


First the OEM air intake had to be removed
This involved unscrewing the MAF sensor and unclipping the the cable, loosening the jubilee clip and lifting out the top section
Then for the bottom section, then passenger side wheel needed to be removed, and the wheel well cover.
Then unbolt the bottom part of the air take

Then fit the INJEN pipe in place
Fit the dry Filter on the bottom

Then refit the Wheel well cover, wheel and MAF sensor.Job doneNow it's time to listen to the turbo suck the air in Whoosh!
 

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Refitting the the wheel well cover was a fiddle, the rest was smooth
 

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I always have my tool at hand......... I mean my tool set ....... I need to think before I type
 

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Ya shoulda put this in the how-to section :D
 

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I got it from the States so I paid £154 for it. Buy it in Europe and it's £299
 

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oo sounds very nice but would be good if Funkypower put up things for the Juke specifically instead of having to go to another car and making sure it will fit the juke as well :D
 

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They are injens UK stockist just havn't put a juke section on the site so I emailed them.
I also asked if they do any other juke parts like a dv/exhaust etc
 

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Next time you email them, ask if they do the stillin exhaust system from the states as well as i think that would sell better than the CAI system
 
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