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Old 09-02-2011, 10:58 AM   #1
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anyone know where i could get the plumbing info on a explorer intake? what years did the gt40 type intakes come on explorers? i was thinking of getting an explorer owners manual. or trying to find cobra intake instructions. thanks mike
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1996-01 got gt40 intakes they change slightly over the years but all basically the same...
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You need the plumbing for the vac lines?
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Basically the same as the stock intake with an extra large port on the front left that I plugged. Some have the IAT sensor hole in the #5 runner and some do not. You need this for the sensor. You can drill and tap the hole if the one you find doesn't have it. There will be a flat boss for it. It is 3/8"NPT thread.
You will also have to drill and tap the small hose port on the back passenger side for the EGR coolant hose. I think it is 1/8"NPT. Just depends on which brass barb fitting you get for the hose.

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