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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-06-2009, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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can some one answer my cold air intake question

I need help fitting the connection pipe which goes into the engine and i really dont have a clue where to start =(
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connection pipe for what?

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well the pipe that connects into the engine...where the throttle body used to be connected into the engine i guess...if that makes any sence...
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the elbow for the intake connects on to the throttle body.
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are you installing a new trottle body? intake manifold? cold air intake? Still not sure what you are asking. If you have pics that might help to clear things up

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i understand that...but its the actual connection to the throttle body...i have like a diy kit thingy from spectre and it doesnt have a rubber seal or anything any ideas on what to use
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you will need a 90 degree elbow to match the diameter of the throttle body and pipe you are connecting it to.
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You need to get a silicone coupler from like autozone to go from the throttle body to intake elbow. i have a black one on mine that you can see in this pic


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thats the first ive seen of your engine bay. like that fuel rail cover!^^^
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i see...its 3 inch right?
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