Thread: piece for 4 inch front intake...
09-09-2010, 08:39 PM #1
piece for 4 inch front intake...
i used to run a 4inch front intake..i made this pipe to go over the hump..all i have is the pipe in the picture..i reused the charger adaptor..and stuff but if you are trying to put together your own front intake it is a good piece to have. it is powder coated in a heat coating..
this is what it looked like installed before i heat coated it..
30 bucks +10 for shipping in the us...so 40 total ...i think the bends cost me more than that..
09-09-2010, 11:30 PM #2
Hey breon where di you get the silicon couplers and what are the sizes of the hoses and clamps are they the 3.125 outer and 2.75 inner diameter?
09-10-2010, 06:57 AM #3
i used and am still using..a charger adaptor from the store here and a 4 inch coupler and t bolt clamps to go with...siliconeintakes.com
that is a piece of 4 aliminum inch pipe ..it has a barb fot the crank case vent..and curves around the dirve shaft ect...the dent is for the temp sensor in the water box....
09-10-2010, 07:47 AM #4
Thats really well done. Especially considering the Kanaflex can wear right there by the S/C. If I wasnt running rear air I would be all over this. Its cheaper than a 4" 90 coupler and a 4" straight coupler to get that kind of bend out of the S/C. Not to mention you dont have to worry about the kanaflex sitting on top of the carbon seal boot.
Just one work of caution..The 08 set up is a little closer in the corner by the waterbox. Not sure if it would clear but if it didnt you would just have to shorten the S/C side a little.
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