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Old 12-30-2011, 10:20 PM   #11
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oh ok. do you happen to remember the diameters of the piping?
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oh ok. do you happen to remember the diameters of the piping?
The throttle body is 2-3/4". The rest of the tubing on the SRI is probably like the CAI and is 2-1/2", that's what is needed for the stock MAF.
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:42 AM   #13
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sweet thanks. i apologize for all the newb questions like i said this is the first time really messing and changing things under the hood. everything ive done has been exhaust and wheels and such. thanks again.
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focusslayered: one last question. the MAF sensor is closest to the filter right? the piece right in front of your battery? what is the wire coming out of the intake before that? the one closer to the engine?
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Posted via FF Mobile The maf sensor is closest to the filter and I'm not real sure about the wire your talking about.
With the K&N Typhoon I have, everything is almost in the same place except for the hose hole on the bottom had to be plugged.

Get a picture of that wire your talking about so I can look on my engine and see if I have it.


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look at the picture you posted of your setup on this thread. the wire coming out of your intake there next to the clamp on your adapter. its the wire to the left of your maf sensor right there one your intake. like you have your manifold. your adapter (with the trans dipstick right in front of it) and that wire sitting right next to the adapter. hopefully thats enough description for you lol
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Posted via FF Mobile I'm at work and my car is at home, but if its the black thing that looks like its going over my intake . Its the hoses that go to the valve on the firewall. Unless it maybe a ground wire when I added the Big 3 grounding wires to my alternator and chasis.
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alright it must be the hose then. it kinda looks like it sticks in the top of your intake. and if following it back it looks like it goes back to the firewall. im assuming this is something important? what exactly is the purpose of that hose? (sorry kind of a silly question like i said this is my first time really messing with stuff under the hood.)
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looking at the bottom of this intake. the big hose coming out of the bottom? ok. the top one coming out of the top of the intake right on the bend. above the big hose. thats the piece im talking about
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