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    Homemade rear intake

    For you guys that made a rear intake what size of pipe ( PVC, ETC ) did you use to place in the cowling air vent so that you could connect the 4" hose to it?


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    I just used a 4inch pipe and a torch to reshape my rear vent. I then placed the 4in hose in there and taped it togthere with black duct tape.
    I used rxblast 4in SCer adapter.

    Simple.

    I think it looks, sounds and works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I just used a 4inch pipe and a torch to reshape my rear vent. I then placed the 4in hose in there and taped it togthere with black duct tape.
    I used rxblast 4in SCer adapter.

    Simple.

    I think it looks, sounds and works great.

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    What kinda pipe did you use PVC?

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    A small piece of metal 4inch pipe.

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