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Old 10-23-2009, 07:38 PM
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Yeah thank you! I don't even know what happened, I had a massive brain fart Lol.

installation is simple, Simply locate all the clamps, screws, bolts, whatever is needed to remove the stock box, and you'll be installing the intake with rubber couplers with clamps on those, which is EASY! You can twist the tubing to your liking and make everything just right.

OH before you install it though, disconnect the negative battery cable. Then once it is installed, hook up the cable again, and start the vehicle. Let it idle for a few minutes to adapt, listen for leaks, then take it for a drive, and tighten all the clamps down once more to make sure nothing came loose! It's easy trust me on this one.
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