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TRD airbox for 2ZR-FE engine

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just ordered a TRD airbox for my new Elise S with the 2ZR-FE enigine

I justrealised it says to fit all toyota 2ZZ engines

does anyone know if this does fit the newer engine?

i can only find one part number for the airbox online and the demo car i drove had one fitted and the dealers sell them so im assuming that its the same part?

or is there a new airbox part number?


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From what I understand, that will fit your engine :thumbup:

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On 14 October 2014 at 19:30, SCRken said:

i fitted it last week. went on no problem

Was it much of a job to fit? I have the Elise S Cup (220 Cup) and wondered whether this adds much noise? Thought I may try this before an exhaust as i have the TRD on my 111R and made a nice difference.

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Have one on mine, it is a bit of a pain to fit as the mount holes just don't line up, you can either bend the mount bracket or (as I did) redrill one of the holes in the airbox. I did this as it will be easier to refit the OE box if I ever wish.

It's noisy but really only when you boot it and imo sounds fantastic :-) 

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The bracket is only very light gauge material. I have fit a few and I've just bent the bracket to suit the holes on the TRD airbox rather than drilling holes in it. The bracket will easily bend back to it original position for the std airbox if you ever want to put it back on and you'll have a trd airbox to sell without extra holes in it...

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