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Old 03-01-2009, 12:07 AM
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Pictures of my Homemade 4.7 Cold Air Intake

Had a Pipe laying around from a previous car. I used that along with a 60 degree bend from spectre and a straight 6 inch from them as well. Heres the final product with everything combined


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Looks nice. How's the intake sensor hooked up?
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:11 AM
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drilled a small hole on the couplink and forced it to go through so it fits nice and snug.
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nice notice any improvement?
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from stock, I went to the short ram version of the tube and it was a more noticeable improvement more noise and louder exhaust tone. I believe it picked up some hp, but from short ram to CAI I noticed minimal difference, but everybit helps in the end!
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Did you secure it to anything or is it pretty stable?
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