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Doc Olds
09-13-2011, 12:24 PM
Air Doc Intakes.com has Hummer covered with bolt on performance. Breathe freely our friends.

All H2s and SUTs, all of them, all years. Model H2: $179.99 plus $15.00 Shipping*
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2006 and 2007 H3 with either 3.5L or 3.7L Engines. Model H367: $155.99 plus $15.00 Shipping*
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2008+ H3 and 2009 H3T+ with 3.7L Engine. Model H308: $145.99 plus $15.00 Shipping*
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2008+ H3 and 2009 H3T+ Alphas (LH8 V8). Model H3A: $169.99 plus $15.00 Shipping*
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Air Doc Intakes.com has Hummer covered with bolt on performance.

3Hummers
09-13-2011, 12:27 PM
Great products for Hummer owners. Thanks Doc.

Bigunit
09-13-2011, 12:33 PM
Great product! I have one on my 3T. Super easy to install.

Doc, can I buy another one of the large hose clamps that connect the intake to the air filter box (I tightend one of mine too much and stripped it)?

Doc Olds
09-13-2011, 12:38 PM
Thank you gents. I posted up the basic info for our Hummer intakes, there is an FAQ page at the website which will help with basic stuff, and if anybody has more questions/comments, post those up here or cantact us through our growing website.

Bigunit, PM or email me (through our website) so I can get your address etc.

skippy
09-13-2011, 03:34 PM
$15 shipping now that's a dealGreat product I have had it for years and the difference in running it is noticeable So easy to install as wellThanks doc

MUTAINT
09-13-2011, 07:33 PM
Love our Air Doc Intakes on the H3 Alpha and I5 3.7L. Great customer support and products!!!!!!

Zach
09-13-2011, 07:39 PM
One of the first mods I did to my H2, and love it.

DAGKANA
09-13-2011, 09:52 PM
Worth every penny... and more!!!

Rig Pig
05-10-2012, 12:52 PM
Awesome product and great guys to deal with.

3rdH3
05-10-2012, 01:17 PM
I've had one on a 3.5, 3.7 and 5.3. By far the best CAI out there.

Beachbum
12-04-2012, 01:50 AM
Just to add another pic of the intake....
H3T V8 Alpha powdered in red
http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq261/beachbum2020/44A80E3C-6881-41FF-8A84-6153A5C0C751-1424-00000674612D9469.jpg

Also makes some kick ass diff covers too
http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq261/beachbum2020/AirTankSkid-1.png

ABNTROOP
05-20-2013, 08:59 PM
Just ordered mine yesterday, any chance of getting it by Thursday?

H3slate
05-20-2013, 09:42 PM
Just to add another pic of the intake....
H3T V8 Alpha powdered in red
http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq261/beachbum2020/44A80E3C-6881-41FF-8A84-6153A5C0C751-1424-00000674612D9469.jpg

Also makes some kick ass diff covers too
http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/qq261/beachbum2020/AirTankSkid-1.png

Diff cover looks awesome! What are you hiding under that skid plate?

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LoJac963
05-20-2013, 09:43 PM
I'll order one someday to pair up with my Volant box. Everytime I open the hood I can't stand seeing the giant stock tube/resonator in there....

MtnRsqDawg
05-24-2013, 12:11 PM
Just showing a little love for my AirDoc :wink:

10791

Rig Pig
05-26-2013, 05:20 AM
10833


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MessiaH2
09-16-2013, 04:07 PM
So Air Doc, I am definitely going to be adding your system to MESSIAH2 based on everyone's opinion on H4O but this brings me to another point. Why is there NOT any snorkel available for H2's... Is it basically just NOT enough room to make it actually work?

I know we are all about better performance for sure but do I dare ask - What about just making one available for LOOKS...Please don't shun me...LOL
I am thinking that If I can NOT get one that is functional because of lack of space..then I am going to be bold and say i still want one for looks which is better then nothing. I think a snorkel on my truck would look badass and if it is made for it, who would be the wiser? People expect my truck to have one but i do not have the resorces to make one. (i have thought about modifying a jeep or one already on the market) It seems like it could tie (snap) right into the side vent between the hood and door and bolt it up top. Just saying there might be a market for them... to me better then chrome! Just food for thought. LARRY

ABNTROOP
09-17-2013, 09:12 PM
Here! Here! Form over function if ya can't have them hand in hand! :woot:

MessiaH2
09-18-2013, 11:30 PM
http://www.ruggedridge.com/engine-underhood/jeep-wrangler-snorkel/xhd-high-mount-snorkel-extension-07-11-jeep-jk-wrangler.html?

It might be worth buying this for $90 bucks and see if i could adapt it??? hmmm i read where someone took an old jeep snorkel and GENTLY and Slowly heated it to reform the windshield angle...

LoJac963
09-19-2013, 06:57 PM
But what does it mount to, the cowel cover? A mount would have to be figured out as the cowel covers just snap into place. I too have looked into this for quite some time and after researching around it just wasn't worth the hassle. I however was trying to figure out a way to make it functional which entailed far too much....

MessiaH2
09-20-2013, 11:00 AM
But what does it mount to, the cowl cover? A mount would have to be figured out as the cowl covers just snap into place. I too have looked into this for quite some time and after researching around it just wasn't worth the hassle. I however was trying to figure out a way to make it functional which entailed far too much....

I have succumb to the fact that it will not be functional :-( I also looked at it and obviously no one makes it because it's too hard or involved. I saw a few custom ones online but have NO idea if they are just for looks. I believe the pics below are UGLY, i do NOT like it down on the fender at all. I have also seen the round pipe style like on the H1 and they look stupid also.

So back to my point - lets say we remove the cowl and Why cant someone make a Non-Functional Snorkel, all black plastic that "Clips" into the Cowl area and then bolts to the area they all bolt to between the windshield and the door?





http://www.americanwheelandtire.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10003/normal_photo_3.JPGhttps://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQh5yNBAf4HRK9f_IvcZ0_9ykd2XkaRz 0DzKOzdX2_QmeeX8BUf

I might just end up drilling the cowl box and mounting something like thishttps://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRMNIGNSNomkmS278Q_-rAyrQCJ4EXblrLiPRc8U8OVRyb4086_directly to it...hmmm. Maybe we should start a thread in the correct spot on the forum? where should that be? builds?

08H3
09-20-2013, 11:19 AM
I'll just throw in my endorsement of the AirDoc. I wasn't overly concerned with the performance gains (which seemed negligible if any by the SOTP dyno --Sorry Doc), HOWEVER I would still strongly recommend it on an H3 because it gives you some room between your coils and the intake. I ran into a frustrating CEL from a random misfire. What had happened is that two of the coil wires had the insulation rubbed off by being pinched under the OEM intake and were shorting against the engine. I repaired the wires, and then installed the AirDoc which eliminates any chance of those wires ever being pinched again.

LoJac963
09-20-2013, 06:18 PM
I have succumb to the fact that it will not be functional :-( I also looked at it and obviously no one makes it because it's too hard or involved. I saw a few custom ones online but have NO idea if they are just for looks. I believe the pics below are UGLY, i do NOT like it down on the fender at all. I have also seen the round pipe style like on the H1 and they look stupid also.

So back to my point - lets say we remove the cowl and Why cant someone make a Non-Functional Snorkel, all black plastic that "Clips" into the Cowl area and then bolts to the area they all bolt to between the windshield and the door?

I might just end up drilling the cowl box and mounting something like thisdirectly to it...hmmm. Maybe we should start a thread in the correct spot on the forum? where should that be? builds?

The black one doesn't look too bad but I can't tell what's going on with the side of it with all the black, the yellow one looks terrible. I agree the H1 styles look horrible on the 2's. What you mentioned removing the cowel cover and replacing with a full snorkel would have make complete sense but obviously no company ever caught on to that idea......

6pack
01-05-2014, 11:11 AM
Hey Doc, have you ever looked into re-routing the air box completely into the fender area, filter and all? I currently run a modded K&N FIPK, which removes the stock air box. The extra space made from removing the box holds my inter-cooler reservoir, but I want a colder-air setup than what the K&N provides with the shield. My only option is to get it out into the fender. I'm researching it and am just wondering if you've done anything along these lines.
Thanks,
Paul

Renagade132
01-06-2014, 01:56 AM
Just ordered and received my Air Doc for my H2, can't wait to install it! Weather just sucks to do it right now.

MessiaH2
01-06-2014, 05:46 PM
Just ordered and received my Air Doc for my H2, can't wait to install it! Weather just sucks to do it right now.


KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE - I might even come see it since your a jersey guy! let me know LARRY

Renagade132
01-06-2014, 09:30 PM
I will MessiaH2! I already love how it looks. I don't know if your saw the comment I wrote on another section on snorkels here, but I already installed this unit externally, and made it removal as well. If you have any questions pm me, or just ask away! The snorkel definitely makes the truck look a lot meaner! and of course you are welcome to come by! -Chris

LoJac963
01-06-2014, 11:04 PM
I have to play around with fiberglass for another project of mine so maybe that's one route to go also. Fiberglass in the lower portion where the cowel cover WOULD go.....hmmmm

MessiaH2
01-07-2014, 12:44 PM
I will MessiaH2! I already love how it looks. I don't know if your saw the comment I wrote on another section on snorkels here, but I already installed this unit externally, and made it removal as well. If you have any questions pm me, or just ask away! The snorkel definitely makes the truck look a lot meaner! and of course you are welcome to come by! -Chris


Wait - are you saying you have a snorkel on your H2??? PICTURES PLEASE :whaa:

Renagade132
01-08-2014, 12:47 AM
I'm sure you saw my profiles pics and also my build thread, I have a few pics showing what the snorkel looks like.

WRB100
12-16-2014, 08:37 PM
Thinking about this upgrade for my 2006 H3 I5. I would like to hear from several of you what improvements you have experienced first. I am assuming better fuel economy? If so, how much better. Hopefully better than 17mpg I am doing now? I am running a K&N air filter already. I think the look of the product is outstanding, but I want to purchase it for more than looks.

Renagade132
12-17-2014, 03:53 AM
WRB100, it's definitelt for more then looks, yes on saving gas by getting more MPG as it allows much more air in, and also adds a bit of power! I will try to add some pics...

Renagade132
12-17-2014, 03:54 AM
http://www.hummer4x4offroad.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=17069&stc=1

WRB100
12-17-2014, 09:10 AM
At this point I would love to break the 20mpg barrier. That would make me very happy. And yes, they do look much better than the plastic housing. I will more than likely make this purchase. Just looking for some possible statistics on air flow and fuel consumption after the installation.

LoJac963
12-18-2014, 02:22 AM
Hell since we're posting pics!!

Here is mine mated to a Volant box. I did have to take off 2" from the air box side and another inch from the engine side as the Volant box sits further into the engine compartment than the stock box.

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e248/LoJac963/Hummer%20H2/20141109_123413.jpg

Doc Olds
12-18-2014, 10:17 AM
Wow! You fellas have genuine photographic artistic abilities. :cheers:

Doc Olds
12-18-2014, 10:42 AM
At this point I would love to break the 20mpg barrier. That would make me very happy. And yes, they do look much better than the plastic housing. I will more than likely make this purchase. Just looking for some possible statistics on air flow and fuel consumption after the installation.

I can tell you the recipe for 20 MPG in an 3.7L H3, but you won't like it.

Example: my 07 gets roughly 17.5 all around, it will do a 18+ on the highway if you stay at 75mph or below. Best it has ever done is 21 under perfect conditions at about 50 MPH on a 55 degree day with no wind, and that was only for about an hour drive. Worse in winter with winter fuel blend and cold temps, much worse if you add in head winds. My 3 has all the off road goodies, Rock Rails, UPC, Roc Doc Skidz and Diff Cover, BA Bumper, rides on 33" (305s) Mickey Thompson MTZs, has just OEM style roof rack cross bars, and the front is set at 23.4". Performance mods: Air Doc Intake, AFE Pro Dry-S filter, PCM tune, Efan conversion, and PP TB. So with that weight (close to 6000# with me in it) and those tires, 17-18 all over and better on occasions is pretty awesome.

To get 20MPG every day, you would need to keep weight down, so no winch bumper and probably not Rock Rails, keep the factory nose rake at no more than 22", nothing on the roof, run stock 32" street tires (open tread patterns and and wide tires knock MPG), add in my same mods, drive with a super soft foot and never exceed 70MPH. That would likely do it. With those performance mods and skinny 32" street tires, you would get some robust acceleration, but you would not be able to stomp on it and keep the MPG. Who wants to drive that hypothetical H3 and do it like grandma all the time?

derian06
12-18-2014, 12:58 PM
The most I ever saw with my 3.7L was 14mpg and mostly it was 13. Stock thats with tune, air doc, and 315's.

DaveK
12-18-2014, 02:38 PM
What is the purpose for the intake octopus (resonator) on the H2.

Doc Olds
12-18-2014, 04:06 PM
The most I ever saw with my 3.7L was 14mpg and mostly it was 13. Stock thats with tune, air doc, and 315's.

There is no question 315s look way cool, but same can be said as to what they do to performance and MPG, they just kill it. Precisely why my I5 has 33s.

Everything is a trade off.

Doc Olds
12-18-2014, 04:19 PM
What is the purpose for the intake octopus (resonator) on the H2.

It is nothing more than a muffler in reverse. It is designed to resonate (change the tone and sound) of the intake to keep things quite for soccer moms, muffle it to a quiet whoosh rather than a loud vroooom. Poor description but I think you get the idea.

Problem is it impacts the efficiency of the intake system because the intake air has to travel multiple paths creating obstruction and slowing velocity as a side effect. In other words, they suck some power to do the designed task. A gearhead auto enthusiast is far less likely to find some motor sound objectionable than is some pantywaist auto critic from the press who publicizes opinions regarding next year's model soon to be available. God forbid if one of them publicized, when you depress the accelerator the engine made some sound. Get my drift, soccer moms might avoid the "loud/noisy" product?

derian06
12-18-2014, 06:42 PM
There is no question 315s look way cool, but same can be said as to what they do to performance and MPG, they just kill it. Precisely why my I5 has 33s.

Everything is a trade off.

The 3.7 got 14 on 32's with the tune and airdoc. Then with the 315's I got 13-14. Yet my lifted alpha with 37's gets 14. I don't get it, but i'm happy with it!

Oltorf The Destroyer
12-18-2014, 08:35 PM
You crack me up, Doc Olds. I was actually kind of disappointed that my airdoc didn't make more noise, but that's ok. I still like it.

Hercules-H3T
05-12-2016, 12:25 PM
Hey air doc is there any way to design a system that draws air from the fake vents on the side of the h3? Thanks.

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Doc Olds
05-12-2016, 04:18 PM
Hey air doc is there any way to design a system that draws air from the fake vents on the side of the h3? Thanks.

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Well.... technically that is already happening. The OEM Air Filter Box draws air from the inner fender, between the metal fender and plastic inner fender liner, which is all open to the faux vent on the passenger side (the would be driver side for you S African/Aussie owners).

However, once you get going down the road with any speed, the air is jammed in from the front around the headlight/turn signal and bumper..

What you are asking for can be found by adding a Safari Snorkel to the truck plus our Air Doc Intake, the snorkel comes out the top of the faux vent.

Hercules-H3T
05-12-2016, 04:47 PM
Hey thanks man how much is your air doc kit?

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Doc Olds
05-13-2016, 10:56 AM
Hey thanks man how much is your air doc kit?

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Stop by and check it out. http://airdocintakes.com/

LoJac963
05-19-2016, 02:09 PM
I was on the fence for a while before ordering mine, Doc would attest to that as I spoke to him a couple times through his site. Buy it, you won't regret it!

I cracked open my hood to install a maintenance charger and I saw that gigantic AirDoc tube and remembered how beautiful the intake is lol!