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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-24-2015, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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ZZP intake tube

Anyone know what diameter pipe their 2.2/2.4 intake tube is? Might make a cheaper K&N SRI out of it but no idea what size pod filter would fit.
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isn't that tube designed to hook straight up to the factory airbox? you could always measure at that to see what size it would be.

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My Injen is 3" in diameter, but the TB on a 2.2 is smaller. I'd figure anywhere between those two measurements would be your match.

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Its either 2.5 inch or 2.75 inch. I am leaning more toward the 2.75 inch side.

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A good name brand intake isn't really that expensive anyways. Check eBay for some Injens and K&Ns. A lifetime warranty is also nice.

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Yeah, they aren't too much more. But I figured I would save that extra money for the exhaust and just make a mini project out of this for now. Now I just have to wait for ZZP to get it all back in stock.
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you might be able to find yourself a used one for cheap, i got my injen for 100 bucks shipped, and ive heard of at least a few other people getting them quite cheap... I was also just gonna do the zzp tube, just keep an eye out for a CAI while you are waiting for zzp to restock the tubes

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I have a used Injen CAI/SRI for sale. Even comes with a spare MAF sensor. PM me if you're interested.


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hey pj, quick question... any idea why some of the injens had that silicon elbow thing to connect to the TB and some had a metal elbow piece?

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No idea. I ordered mine from eBay on 03/04/13 and it featured the silicone coupler, and so does the instruction booklet. The metallic elbow could be from an older design.

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