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Hello, I have my 2017 Cruze hatch, I know a few of you guys were messing around with doing intakes on the cars. I recently picked up a new tig welder and was planning on making a custom cold air intake soon. Was wondering if any of you knew the turbo inlet diameter or possibly what type of MAF sensor the Cruze uses off the top of your head. I can always measure the inlet of need be, I'm just completely unsure of what MAF this uses an I will need to get a mount to weld to the intake pipe.

I'm more used to chevy v8s and not so much with the 4 cylinder engines
 

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Hello, I have my 2017 Cruze hatch, I know a few of you guys were messing around with doing intakes on the cars. I recently picked up a new tig welder and was planning on making a custom cold air intake soon. Was wondering if any of you knew the turbo inlet diameter or possibly what type of MAF sensor the Cruze uses off the top of your head. I can always measure the inlet of need be, I'm just completely unsure of what MAF this uses an I will need to get a mount to weld to the intake pipe.

I'm more used to chevy v8s and not so much with the 4 cylinder engines
Dont do it, unless your goal is making noise.
 

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It's 3" OD treadstone performance sells the maf flanges.
Hello, I have my 2017 Cruze hatch, I know a few of you guys were messing around with doing intakes on the cars. I recently picked up a new tig welder and was planning on making a custom cold air intake soon. Was wondering if any of you knew the turbo inlet diameter or possibly what type of MAF sensor the Cruze uses off the top of your head. I can always measure the inlet of need be, I'm just completely unsure of what MAF this uses an I will need to get a mount to weld to the intake pipe.

I'm more used to chevy v8s and not so much with the 4 cylinder engines
Dont do it, unless your goal is making noise.
Thanks for the info on pipe diameter. Your setup looks pretty good

And I see no issue with adding the short ram, it's a lot cheaper if an option of waiting for GMs release
 
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