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Old 06-16-2008, 05:26 PM
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diy intake q's

on the diy intake, i have seen alot of people on here have them and i think im gonna try one.
i have talked to one guy and he said that he used a napa filter, 4" peice of pipe, and some hase clamps-for a 99"
he couldnt rember the part # but just wondering if i could get some of your imput that have a diy intake. thanks!!!
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Napa part #6637
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:34 PM
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Hose clamps only need to be 4.5" and 6637 is the napa part # for the filter.
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:37 PM
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so starting from scratch what all do i need
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heres a bump!!!
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:58 PM
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heres another
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Need a piece of 4" pipe probably 1' long, I got the biggest hose clamp I could find at Tractor Supply Co. to tighten the filter to the pipe.... Other than that you should be good to go. Ya kinda gotta cram the filter in between the fuse box and the battery because of the angle, but it works....

If ya got some extra 4" pipe layin' around (approx. 8" worth or less) you can go ahead and do the CCV mod. Just need a 1" male-male couple and around 15-20' of 1" heater hose. Shouldn't cost much
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do i just use the factory elbow that is already on it
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Yes, use the factory elbow, stick the 4" pipe in that, clamp it down. Then clamp the napa filter on the other end of the 4" pipe. I just left the senors (that was in the old intake box) out of the box and zip tied it out of the way.
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