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Old 04-06-2011, 04:15 PM
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im about to put together my DIY intake and was wondering were im supposed to put the air restriction indicator. I was thinking drill a small hole in the intake hose just before the filter. Would this work? 2002 f250 7.3....Also if anyone is interested in doing this project i found the 46637 filter to be cheapest at Discountfleetsupply.com.....only 27.50...
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Old 04-06-2011, 04:53 PM
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im about to put together my DIY intake and was wondering were im supposed to put the air restriction indicator. I was thinking drill a small hole in the intake hose just before the filter. Would this work? 2002 f250 7.3....Also if anyone is interested in doing this project i found the 46637 filter to be cheapest at Discountfleetsupply.com.....only 27.50...
Thanks for the tip on the cheap filter! Beats NAPA all day long!

I ziptied the restriction indicator to the harness right there by the filter. The 6637 is right there in the open and you will know when you pop the hood if you need to change it or not.
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Old 04-06-2011, 05:13 PM
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Agreed with above post

I just tied mine out the way also. It will be fine
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What they said ^

Don't even worry about hooking it up, just tie it out of the way.
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Same with all of the above.
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I installed an Amsoil 4095 reusable filter that has a hole in the front of it that the restrictor gauge fits right in. Works perfectly. I also like that the filter is reusable. Costs a little more at first, but it will easily make up that cost after you have installed a couple of the throw away filters...
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