Reason for selling the GMS inlet, since I've gotten the question twice: I ended up going with the Perrin inlet for two reasons:
- I have a non-standard turbo size that pushed the inlet forwards so that it was rubbing against a bracket. The Perrin is just a touch shorter, so there was less likelihood of wearing through.
- The GMS doesn't have the PCV port. Most people just block the PCV or reroute it to one of the other ports. Since this is my daily driver and I was car-less until I got it fixed, the plug&play nature of the Perrin won out.
I have it boxed up and ready to ship (probably won't be more than $5-8 since it is so light).