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Factory Spec: 4.7-liter V8 engine - 310 horsepower, 330 lb-ft of torque.


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Exactly what I was thinking, Tom. Good find!
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Thank guys for all your replies



But what if I buy flexible tubing and somehow make it inhale cold air, say in front of the radiator?
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I suppose you could, but why bother when complete systems are available? That would just add more stuff to remove when you want access to the engine, not to mention you'll have to figure out a routing that won't interfere with the other components under the hood. Also, if you have too much tubing in the way, you could experience reduced engine cooling and a/c performance.
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I suppose you could, but why bother when complete systems are available? That would just add more stuff to remove when you want access to the engine, not to mention you'll have to figure out a routing that won't interfere with the other components under the hood. Also, if you have too much tubing in the way, you could experience reduced engine cooling and a/c performance.

I guess I'm just being cheap

Hey by the way I am missing two bolts that hold the radiator in place, anyone knows where to get them, I'll post a picture if needed to see what I'm talking about!
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I can't remember off the top of my head what the sizes are, but I think they're either 6mm x 1.0 or 8mm x 1.25. You should be able to find suitable replacements at any hardware or parts store.
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I can't remember off the top of my head what the sizes are, but I think they're either 6mm x 1.0 or 8mm x 1.25. You should be able to find suitable replacements at any hardware or parts store.
Oh ok, because I've been looking in the junk yards but I have had no luck, so I guess in homedepot or ace or perhaps lowes?
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Here are two pics of the bolts I'm missing =(

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Yeah, and don't forget to pick up the appropriate washers as well.
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Ok, thanks man I will go today if I can and with the size you provided me hopefully I can find them.
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I'm looking at putting a cai in my 08 4.7. How much HP will I gain?
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