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EBAY intake question (not happy)

So I bought an ebay CAI, I thought it wouldn't be incredibly horrible compared to an AEM or Injen or the like, just different metals and name brand reliability.

ANYWAY! So I had to bring my car to the shop last monday and get $1,260.90 worth of repairs because I don't have the time to do it myself.

The intake came the day I had to bring it to the shop, I got it out today.

I go to install and I am looking over the stock intake and stuff to make sure it will fit and all that, and I realize there seems to be a nipple missing on the pipe. At the very very top of the stock rubber pipe is a weird wire that goes in and seems to not want to come out, so I won't mess with it.

Anyway, there is no nipple or hole or anything for it on the CAI. There is one nipple on the first section of the pipe and nothing else.

Also does anyone have an install guide for a basic CAI? The injen short ram doesn't really help from the resource thread. Thank you guys soo much
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

Are you talking about the vacuum line that connect to the CIA to your valve cover? if so, just buy a baby filter for that.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

I have a AEM short ram. And it only has 1 nipple. There are 2 vaccum lines you disconnect from the stock intake. AEM sent me a cap for 1 and a small like foam filter to stick in the other one. Pretty sure CAI shouldn't be too different. The nipple is close to the throttle body, right?
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

My carbon fiber intake manifold has a capped nozzel and a filter on the valve cover, Where is the second vacuum line comming from?
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

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My carbon fiber intake manifold has a capped nozzel and a filter on the valve cover, Where is the second vacuum line comming from?

thats not an intake manifold, thats only an intake.

the second, smaller vacuum line goes from a butterfly valve at the bottom of the resonator all the way up to a nipple on the intake MANIFOLD, which your supposed to cap.
for the bigger nipple right near the TB, if there IS a nipple you connect the hose to the nipple on the VC. if there is no nipple, you can simply install a breather just like you have pictured.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

^yeah im sorry bout that wasnt thinking when i was typing, i was refering to the intake, manifold just happened to roll off my head because ive been researching mani's all day
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

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if there IS a nipple you connect the hose to the nipple on the VC. if there is no nipple, you can simply install a breather just like you have pictured.
yea it is better to run that vacuum line to the valve cover. it aids in oil circulation (and cooling i think?)
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

I just cut another intake side Vacuum line and added a T-- works perfect and you still get the benefit of the "Intake Pressure."
Vac line #8 (prefferably) or #20 will do the trick if you have already removed your resonator box.

(picture after the break :P )
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

install is easy:

1. Unclip air filter box
2. Pull rubber tube out, the stock tube splits into 2 tubes, one prt is connected to throttle body, the other to air filter top
3. Unscrew the air filter box from the engine bay
4. loosen up screw on coupler ring holding the remaining tube to throttle body
5. unplug the 2 hoses connected to rubber tube nipples
6. make sure filter and coupler are tight on CAI tube
7. use coupler to attach CAI tube to throttle body, tighten up coupler rings
8. Connect hoses to CAI nipples

If urs only has 1 small nipple, connect that one to t rottle body hose and get one of those lil filters for the valve cover hose
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

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Note: Some 90-97 Honda Accords, and 92-01 Honda Preludes have an intake air valve located within the O.E. resonator box. Since this part of the O.E. air intake system is not being reused upon the installation of the AEM Short Ram System, the vacuum line running from it to the intake manifold must be removed and plugged using the vacuum cap included. Simply follow the vacuum line from the resonator box to the intake manifod. Disconnect the vacuum line from the intake manifold and then install the rubber plug.

Some Prelude's are equipped with a starting air valve. There is a vacuum line that runs from the starting air valve to the air inlet pipe. During the installation of the AEM Cold Air System or the AEM Short Ram System, this vacuum line should be removed. Install a vacuum foam filter onto te exposed nipple of the starting air valve.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

Okay, So its an H23 I can just put a breather at the valve cover end of that hose? Will it decrease any performance or ruin anything? Or should I buy one with two nipples? Thanks
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yea it is better to run that vacuum line to the valve cover. it aids in oil circulation (and cooling i think?)
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Yeah, you're right. It is better to run a vacuum line to the valve cover for better oil circulation and probably cooling. Those small breather filters that people put on recieve less airflow (being in the middle of the engine bay), than the CAI.

Hope you get that vacuum line situated.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

just to clear up any confusion... those tiny breathers on the VC are not to suck in air like a regular air filter.

they are to circulate any unburnt air/fuel mixture back into the IM to get used again.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

Yea, its not a hose that goes to the valve cover. It is a wire that goes into the very top of the rubber intake tube (stock) and goes under it and into the fuse box. What do I do about the wire?


Here is a picture that should show what my situtation is, there is only one nipple on the new CAI tube, but the weird thing is the wire at the top. Not the one going into the intake manifold but at the top of the rubber intake tube itself.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

Yesterday after class I went to O'Reily and found an adapter kit. Basically it is two drill bits, two sizes of grommets and about 8 nipple adapters. I drilled the hole, with a lot of trouble, but go it in.

The Install was about 1 1/2 hours because my girlfriend was helping, and I didn't know what to do about the lower inner fender intake box. But I got it all taker care of and I am now very happy to have a better looking engine bay. Pics later if anyone wants to see.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

or you can do like what i did when i put on my sri. just remove that little metal vacuum/coolant line all together.

i just went to auto zone and got like foot of coolant line and a couple of hose clamps. cleans it up alot! i'll try and get a pic up if you want
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

i just ripped everyting ouuut and placed a nifter cone filter on the end of me rubber exhaust, dynod it at 500hp,,,

i did intake and a full magnaflow exhaust yesterday, its more response butttt, now im gonna imbark on up grading this f22. im tryin to get another 40 hp out of it before turbo, and drop half a paycheck on a HONDERDATA cpu
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....i just ripped everyting ouuut and placed a nifter cone filter on the end of me rubber exhaust...

anyone else realize that makes NO sense?
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

just for clarification, the hose that goes from the intake to the valve cover has nothing to do with cooling or oiling. Its just an intake breather. Your crankcase has a natural positive pressure to it and the breather brings in fresh air into the crank case and forces old gases/oil deposits in the crankcase through the PCV.

there is a hose that goes to the actuator valve (black box) which controls a valve in the stock intake configuration to help the engine heat up faster.
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anyone else realize that makes NO sense?

Lol. That was pretty funny. 96SLUDE, I'm sorry that your exhaust is made of rubber :/ You should go to a local Muffler Shop and replace it with metal or steel! Lol jk man
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So the little breather/filter on the end of the nozzle on the valve cover, that' won't hurt anything will it? I have the same situation goin' on with my CAI, everyone I talked to said it wouldn't hurt just to put the breather/filter on the valve cover. Is this true?
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That's helpful, thanks man. To the OP, I don't have the line connected to my valve cover either, hasn't been the whole time I've had the car, it doesn't create any problems, it's just annoying to look at.
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Re: EBAY intake question (not happy)

hey, yeah i bought an intake for my prelude on ebay and i had the same problem. I simply pulled the nipple off of the stock intake that was in that location. Then I drilled a small hole in the coupler on the intake manifold and pushed the nipple in there, and it worked perfectly fine. I can get some pictures tomorrow of what I did if you'd like more clarification.

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