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Old 08-02-2008, 07:42 AM
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I am thinking about replacing my K&n with my stockbox aircleaner. I did not do switch. Mechanic left me all parts to put back. 2 Piece box, 4 clamps, about 3 inch coil hose 4-5 inches long, and a hose about 10" long that curves downward about 2" and is about 1-1/12" in diameter. I cannot figure where the 1" goes to. Want to change back my self. Does someone have a web site to go to that shows me diagram?
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Old 08-02-2008, 07:49 AM
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Getting rid of the K&N is the best thing to do.

As for your 1". On my 97 the 1" is pinched off at the end and only about 3" long. I'm assuming it is for drainage.

Anything other than that I don't know. What kind ride do you have? That would help alot.
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y is k&n worse than stock?
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honestly i dont see a difference in any intake..put it this way, i didnt spend 300+ on an intake and my stock box with an afe drop in is flowing me enough air that im going 12.3s down the track.

put it back together and get yourself a 70 dollar drop in filter and call it a day
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