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Putting a aftermarket intake on 2.0 Si. (DIY)

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Old 05-13-2008, 10:19 PM
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Putting a aftermarket intake on 2.0 Si. (DIY)

I'm gonna add pics later.

For starters, take out the whole assembly. Everything. Take it all out. (Except for the small box with the vacume lines running to it. Your gonna keep that.

Once you have done that. Hook up your intake tube. You will have to go buy or find a longer hose to fit onto the nipple on your intake tube. The small box on the back of your old intake box. Hook those up to the lines they were. And just let it chill there. As long as its hooked up to that small box. Then everything should be okay.

And as far as the two vacume lines that use to go to your old intake. I personally just have those chilling in the engine bay. DO NOT plug them. Your engine will run horribly. I REPEAT! DO NOT PLUG THEM! If you want to get really technical I suppose you could drill holes in your Cold air, or short ram intake and somehow attach them to that. But I don't think it really matters.

If you want to see what it will look like when done look at the thread with my 87 Prelude Si. :)

Good Luck! Hope this helps!
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