I would be very careful with that style of air intake, unless you have some type of bypass check valve, in case you get into some deep water. Picking up the air down low is very tempting, but if you hit a water puddle at all that intake will suck the water up like a vacuum cleaner. However as soon as it gets into the cylinders, the pistons will try to compress the water. (And Water doesn't compress). But connecting rods do bend!!!
yeah you might be right, my idea was not to connect it directly to the filterob or so. I just wanted to get by that men sone fresh are "to the area of a cone filter or so .. without have a direct connection. Anyhow you are right that would mess up the engine bay.
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