|Today 01:54 PM|
|HeartbreakOne||Snorkel delete with stock intake just doesn't seem right|
|Today 11:42 AM|
|Today 11:01 AM|
|dbsimms63||Don't get me wrong, but why do you need to take the snorkel out if you replace the stock air box with a closed system intake? I replaced my airbox with my K&N Apollo and I didn't touch my snorkel.|
|Today 09:02 AM|
Snorkel delete with stock intake?
|Today 08:40 AM|
|Sherly14||Already feels a little better with the snorkel removed. Can't wait til my AEM filter gets here on Friday.|
|Yesterday 12:28 PM|
Yes definitely part of front end. I could see the bumper flexing as I pulled on the shroud. I just pulled the shroud back, had a buddy hold it, and did my best to get those pins out holding the snorkel. I had to rip it out at the end, I couldn't get the last pin pulled
|Yesterday 11:11 AM|
|stuff1138||Glad to hear you got it out. :)|
|Yesterday 11:07 AM|
it now has 5 torx bolts and two push pins. pull the hood cable out of its' holder and you get about 2 inches of lift out of it.
I just held it up with a roll of duct tape.
I was able to get a small screwdriver and pull out the top of two pins, the third pin I used brute force with a long cabinet flat head and popped it out.
Use a little force and pull the snorkel out.
Reassemble, start car and rejoice in your mastery.
If a guy can do it so can I.
|Yesterday 10:44 AM|
|stuff1138||You're removing the wrong thing. There's some pop-up pins that need to be removed along the top part (when facing the engine bay) of the shroud. You can see one of them in that photo you have linked.|
|Yesterday 10:40 AM|
Thanks for the info.
But it would be hard pressed to get enough "lift" out to get a hand mush less a tool to pop the pins.
I only could lift this thing about two inches.
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