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    Custom Rear Air And Xs Pics

    Here Is My Rear Air And Xs Setup W Stock Exhaust
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    Nice! All that with the stock exhaust intact!

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    TIGHT

    TIGHT

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    Diggin it.....Diggs

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    Was this made using the stock intake tube? it looks very similar to what I plan on building

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    YES

    yes it is made with the stock vent tube

    just cut it off some and then take a heat gun and heat the vent tube up so the 4" alum pipe will slip into the tube

    then i just sealed it up with silicone and attatched the hose to the alum pipe



    i have the rxp blast s/c adapter btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    yes it is made with the stock vent tube

    just cut it off some and then take a heat gun and heat the vent tube up so the 4" alum pipe will slip into the tube

    then i just sealed it up with silicone and attatched the hose to the alum pipe



    i have the rxp blast s/c adapter btw
    what did the s/c adapter cost and where did you get it? what are you running for a filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    yes it is made with the stock vent tube

    just cut it off some and then take a heat gun and heat the vent tube up so the 4" alum pipe will slip into the tube

    then i just sealed it up with silicone and attatched the hose to the alum pipe
    that sounds awfully familiar

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    FILTER

    I Have No Filter

    I May Get The Riva Rear Air Filter Setup Eventually


    I Got My Adapter Second Hand But It Came From

    Rxpblast I Think He Sells Them For 50

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