I'll tell you how I made mine! I took off the air silencer in the fender well as like me "first mod" and then I got K&N cone, but after a while I wanted cold air intake too, and I was pretty poor so I looked for what I could use in garage and found the air silencer. Well--the air silencer is made up of 3 parts, there's the main body, the snorkel part, and this lil elbow part that, that's the part the bolts up to the underside of air box, and this is the important part. See, the opening of this lil elbow, the part that goes into main body of air silencer is just the right size for the opening of my 9" K&N cone. So, to try to make an already long story short, put the cone filter on the elbow part, bolt this to the bottom of the stock airbox, basically so it's just like stock, with the fenderwell metal sandwiched between airbox and elbow part, it's just like the stock set up. Then put the air box together again just like stock. Of course seal the airbox where to normal filter would go, I actually used my old filter and took the paper element out so I just had the foam outside. So in the end, I had a 9" K&N cone in the fenderwell but all the air went through the empty air box, so it looks perfectly stock. And, at the time alot of people were talking about how the airbox might be better because it directed the air towards sampling tube in MAF, so with this set up, you get nice stock looks, nice cold air, with the same airflow characteristics as a stock set up, just breaths alot better.