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Old 08-10-2008, 06:28 PM
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diy intake and muffler delete sound!!! vid

i have a 3.5 inch exaust straight pipe and finished my diy intake yesterday so i cranked it up on cammera and gave it a few hits it sounds pretty bad a$$ if you ask me what do yall think? i'm gona put my stack on as soon as it gets here.

they told me it should be here within 7-10 business days and its been 16 so hopefully it'll be here within this next week... i wana get it done before school...

let me kno what yal think bout the sound

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sounds sweet!!!!
did u use pvc for your intake?
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sure did!!! just got the 2 couplings like you said and i had some scrap 4 inch pipe sittin round from the hydrogen cells them filters are freakin 55 bucks! i hope it lasts a while!!! it was worth it tho i really love hearin that turbo scream!!!
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i know the feeling!!!
now you used what in the couplers?
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4 inch pvc like 3 inches long... and regular pvc glue.

whats that sensor that was connected the the bottom of the air box?
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sounds good my muffler delete should be here tomorrow.... cant wait to put it on, I should have done it last year when I installed the 4"
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im not sure but i just zip-tied it back to the wireing harrness it came out of, must not be important b/c i disconnected it and nothing changed

may be some sensor to tell you when your old air filter needs changed???
my filter got to be looking awfully dusty and i just took it out and blew all the dust out with an air hose and its back to white, but i have been in alot of dust here lately
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I believe that is the mass air flow sensor. I left mine plugged in hangin by the fender so my truck won't throw codes
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in the bottom of the box is the ambient air sensor, makes no diff where its mounted, just as long as its near the filter.
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Sounds good. These trucks don't have a mass air flow sensor. I believe its a intake air temp sensor.
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