lol, it took you just as long to explain why caps was on as it would have to retype it:funny:THAT BLUE TUBING IS NOT MENT FOR THAT ITS GETTING PINCHED OFF AT THE VACUM HOSE sorry for caps lock to lazy to redo it but looks sweet id just change your tubeing
Time for a dual snorkel ram air hood to maximize intake efficiency!!!!
The AIT sensor is supposed to be relocated into the opening on the tubing up front. A little cut and splice and a grommet is all you need. Otherwise you may throw codes.but why didn't you put the air intake on the other way? That way you wouldn't have the blue tubing running that far... :huh:
they are great for making a whoosh noise. I have a similar set up when I first got the truck. I am paying off my credit card so it's still on there. But they do suck in a lot of hot air. So mpg aren't really affected.Thats a kit from EBAY......Ive seen em but they seem useless w/ hot engine air.....Cowl hood would make it GREAT though
I must have a odd 4.7L it gets as hot as my other truck which is a 5.4L(yes my other truck is a F.O.R.D. ... Don't drive it execpt towards the end of the year because father likes to drive my truck because it's 4x4(he hunts a lot) I haven't noticed any losses though from having a filter setup like Dj Wolf's.. A section of piping connected to the TB and a filter connected to the other end of the pipe. I'll get a picture of it if someone wants to see.That intake is cool. I wouldn't use it cause of all the hot air it is gonna suck in. Then again, 4.7 L's aren't known for a lot of heat.