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Has anyone been able to get into a 2020 and see if the intercooler or airbox will bolt up to our earlier models? Got a look at a 20 today and both those components are definitely larger and improved, Pulled the air filter out of the box and the inlet/outlet are substantially improved but unfortunately couldn't get any further on the showroom floor to see if they'll be compatible.
 

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I'm patiently waiting for the airbox too. I'm thinking the inlet hose to the turbo will be the issue, if any.
 

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I heard the inter-cooler won't bolt up, But I will NOT cite my source! Tim
 

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Intake/airbox is different from previous models and intercooler itself is bigger. Confirmed it with EVO bc I wanted to order the charge tubes to add a BOV and they aren’t compatible


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I received the 2020 air box. Much bigger than the 2019 version. I didn't order all the parts at once so I could see what other parts would be needed. As you can see the inlet and outlet are much larger. The box itself is around 120 dollars and it comes with a filter element.

This should be the list of parts you will need. I think some clamps can be used from the original box, but I included them just to make sure I have enverything I will need. I will confirm the final parts list once I have everything installed. So its about 215 total, but it does include a new filter element.

Airbox - 707800859 - 119.99

Hose to top - 707800861 - 15.49
Clamp - Hose to top - 293650096 - 2.54

Hose to turbo - 707800856 - 31.99
Clamp - Airbox side - 514052924 - 11.49

I would recommend holding off buying this until I have the install complete and verify that there are no fitment issues.

EDIT. Fixed a typo on one of the part numbers and confirmed that everything fits.


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I had wondered if they were going to open th end of the airbox to a larger size knowing it was a severe restriction point to the turbo. I already changed out my air box to a UMP and a big improvement in throttle response and no hesitation.
 

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I received the 2020 air box. Much bigger than the 2019 version. I didn't order all the parts at once so I could see what other parts would be needed. As you can see the inlet and outlet are much larger. The box itself is around 120 dollars and it comes with a filter element.

This should be the list of parts you will need. I think some clamps can be used from the original box, but I included them just to make sure I have enverything I will need. I will confirm the final parts list once I have everything installed. So its about 215 total, but it does include a new filter element.

Air box
707800859​
119​
Hose to turbo
707800840​
32​
Clamp air-box side
11.49​
Emission Breather
273000234​
11.49​
Clamp Turbo Side
3.49​
Larger intake duct to top of machine707800856
26.17​
Intake side clamp
293650096​
2.13​
Intake side clamp
514052924​
8.77​
214.54​

I would recommend holding off buying this until I have the install complete and verify that there are no fitment issues.


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Thanks for sharing. Looks like a lot more airflow with the 2020 box.
 

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If that is the case there should be a different intake boot from the turbo to box for the smaller turbo on the non-RR models.
 

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I didn’t think of that. I’m glad you did so I could make sure! I checked and the part number for the intake boot is the same for both models.
I don’t think the inlet side of the RR turbo is any bigger that the standard model.
 

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Interested in the outcome from Ledfoot, I may want to "modificate" mine too!!!
 
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