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Old 08-27-2012, 01:49 PM
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AEM 22-406P Shortram Intake Install

Hello everyone!

Just finished installing my intake on my 2001 Prelude SE (Canada)! 2 major question I have:

1) I have 2 rubber grommets that I did not use, but were included in the kit. Am I missing something (they are 3/8" and 1/2")? I assume they are for sensors on an regional intake variant that my prelude doesn't have.

2) With the whole vacuum line deal, I was correct to remove the middle hose from the intake manifold and cap the nipple, right? Should I care about the vacuum assembly/hoses/resonator in my bumper/by the battery or just leave it disconnected and forget about it? I haven't touched the solenoid or anything.

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Instructions sheet if you want it...
http://www.aemintakes.com/instructio...2-406_inst.pdf
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Re: AEM 22-406P Shortram Intake Install

1) no idea.

2) I left mine disconnected just found a secure spot to put it. I don't really see the harm that it could do if it's covered from everything. You should cover the nipple of the vacuum where you took off the hose. You should have gotten one with the intake
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Re: AEM 22-406P Shortram Intake Install

the grommets have to be for something huh? ill check tomm for you and let you know on that

#2 ill check my intake manifold for you, but the others im unsure of
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Re: AEM 22-406P Shortram Intake Install

The grommets are for 4th gen.

You could remove the resonator and all of the parts that connect to it because it is useless now.

NTPOG 5th Gen Stock Resonator Removal
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