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I have installed a K&N CAI and it doesn't seem like it gets a whole lot of fresh air, so I am contemplating removing the driver side fog light and replacing it with some sort of tubing or what not to try and force some of that fresh air into the air box. My main concern (other than how the hell am I going to install this thing, what materials am I going to use, how do I connect this contraption to the car, how am I..... sorry got side tracked) is water making its way onto the filter and ruining it. Has anyone done anything like this or have any tips or suggestions for materials and my water concern? This is the first time I am really looking at disassembling any part of the car so all feedback is welcome and appreciated.
 

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I remember people getting this to feed air into the filter area of the aftermarket cold air intakes. I think you probably want to get one of these kits. Which one depends on if you want to relocate the washer bottle or not. When I had my 5th gens, I ran Roto-Fab cold air intake with the oiled filter. Never had any worries of water messing up the filter.

Phastek 2010-2015 Camaro Cold Air Intake Scoop

2010-2015 Camaro Washer Tank and Intake Scoop Combo for Cold Air Intakes
I have seen this, would like to see one installed. I get the feeling that it hangs below the bumper. Not interested in the front of the car being any lower than it already is.
 

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It does not sit below the bumper or make it any lower. It goes behind the bumper cover. It replaces the flimsy plastic funnel thingy that fed the stock air box and gives the air a direct way to get into the corner so the aftermarket filter gets good air flow.
 
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