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Old 02-11-2009, 09:02 PM
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I have an early 99, where can I find a 4" exhaust pipe witha 45 degree angle to fit between filter and intake pipe?. Also what is a zoodad?
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Old 02-28-2009, 10:57 AM
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pep boys, exhaust shops, i used a 4" abs dust collector pipe.
a 3" pvc pipe will work but was too restrictive for my truck even running stock.

zoodad is a small hose that goes from the air box region up to the frill area near the radiator , IC area.
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Old 02-28-2009, 11:00 AM
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Search this site for the Zoodad mod. I bought mine on ebay. disregaud prvious sentance
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Rather than start a new thread...
Anyone with a e99 have any issues with the DIY Intake paper filter and the fender hole? I'm worried that the filter will get damp or completely wet thru that fender hole in a downpour at higher speeds.
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pep boys, exhaust shops, i used a 4" abs dust collector pipe.
a 3" pvc pipe will work but was too restrictive for my truck even running stock.

zoodad is a small hose that goes from the air box region up to the frill area near the radiator , IC area.
I don't know where you read about the zoodad mod, but it has nothing to do with a hose of any kind. The zoodad mod is just cutting a hole in the header support to remove the obstruction from the end of the snorkel on the OEM airbox setup.
samiam- no issues with my 6637 getting wet, but I don't drive in rain like you prolly get. A filter cover from Pete (TruckMods) will probably help keep it dry to some extent.
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Old 05-06-2009, 01:23 PM
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I don't know where you read about the zoodad mod, but it has nothing to do with a hose of any kind. The zoodad mod is just cutting a hole in the header support to remove the obstruction from the end of the snorkel on the OEM airbox setup.
samiam- no issues with my 6637 getting wet, but I don't drive in rain like you prolly get. A filter cover from Pete (TruckMods) will probably help keep it dry to some extent.
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in the case of most users who got rid of the POS oem box
it is cutting a hole next to the radiator/ intercooler letting fresh air in from the nose of the truck . there is a fancy version of this sold on summit
for 49.00 but never saw anyone use it. when I say hose i mean a 3~4" dryer type hose to direct the air in if you have a sealed unit.
..or you can leave it out

here are some directions if you need them ..have to copy and paste the pic links
DIY - Zoodad Mod w/ Pics [Archive] - Southern California Powerstrokes
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