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Old 09-21-2011, 04:30 PM
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Here's mine, not even a week old yet, with my own Dual 3" Ram Air feeder tubes

after you do the initial install, loosen all the hose clamps, put a 10" strip of foam rubber pipe insulation near the fender gap
then while pressing the entire box forward to squeeze the joint shut tighten and re-torque your hose clamps.
(a helpers second set of hands makes it easier, but I still managed on my own.)

breaking it down into two post (too many pics LOL!) Started with an extra feeder hose to my Airaid after my Fastman TB upgrade

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I finally got around to installing my Fastman TB,
..and to direct a little extra air to my Airaid I fab'd up a Ram Air feed from the front bumper:
(after I removed the ugly fake plastic grill from my Sports lower bumper, looks better without it anyway)


Stock vs Fastman...
Flex Tube from the hardware store can extend from 9" to 21"
I bought two with a coupler to join them but only needed one.
Held in place with a couple small bungee cords, 5 minute job






Wow what a difference! My Airaid box takes air from the same fender opening as the stock box, and it always seemd a bit limited to me.
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