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Old 10-24-2009, 07:18 PM   #1
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I cant tell if this thing is stock or aftermarket i tried to do some research didnt find to much

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bah that sux lol
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took another pic

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You need to get rid of the necked down, skinny tube between the MAF and the TB--that has to be 2/3rd's the effective area of the MAF...
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You need to get rid of the necked down, skinny tube between the MAF and the TB--that has to be 2/3rd's the effective area of the MAF...
how would i go about doing that ?
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how would i go about doing that ?
Get a stock intake, or one of the better after market systems (JLT comes immediately to mind)...
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im prob just gonna buy a 90mm anyways. i could prob figure out something to get rid of that elbow going into the fender...
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