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Sensor in Airbox?

What is the sensor that plugs into the side of the airbox and what happens when removed to do the DIY 6637 filter?
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zip tie it under your filter to some wires
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Thats the air intake temp sensor and should be zip tied to the 6673 filter

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Thats the air intake temp sensor and should be zip tied to the 6673 filter
Zip tied to the filter? Where are you guys doing that as I have never noticed it in anyones photos?
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i zip tied mine under the filter to a bunch of wires that were already there. as long as its close to the filter youlle be fine
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anybody know the best way to clean that. mines terrible from the ccv.


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here's what i did with mine.


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here's what i did with mine.
Thanks for the pic.

I really like how you did the tube connecting the filter. Where did you get the curved tube from?

Is it 4inch exhaust pipe with a mandrel bend? I can't even find a store with 4" pipe around here.
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yep 4" exhaust with a 45* bend got it at napa

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yep 4" exhaust with a 45* bend got it at napa
Ahhh, I see it now. For some reason it looked like 2 bends when I first saw it. Now I can see it is a single 45 with both ends pointing down.

Thanks.

Wouldn't happen to remember how long it was, would ya?
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