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    Rectifier mount without the stock air intake ?

    I have just installed a home maded 3 air intake kit on my RXP 06 that goes up in front of the engine and removed the complete stock intake. Do any of you know where to mount the rectifier now ? Can I overheat it if I just make a bracket for it and mount it somewhere in the hull ?

    Ofcourse I did a little search and found this way to do it
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=120962

    but I don't like it, because it actually is a direct heat source for the intake air.

    any ideas


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    I dont believe you can overheat it, unless its on fire. I just made a plastic bracket from stock air intake and bolted the rectifier to it.

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    I just placed the oem peace of intake back....rectifer went back where it was supposed to and it kept the gas tank where it was supposed to...heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaRedneck View Post
    I just placed the oem peace of intake back....rectifer went back where it was supposed to and it kept the gas tank where it was supposed to...heh.
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