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    4"Air intake for RxpX with stock ic

    Hi guys...i need some photos of a stock rxpx where is put a 4" air intake( front) BUT without take in an another place the stock IC.
    According to me there is no enough space to put a kanaflex going on front...
    Another question about exhaust......what is the best solution in an rxpx trying to taking away the less things as possible??
    BYE guys


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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    Hi guys...i need some photos of a stock rxpx where is put a 4" air intake( front) BUT without take in an another place the stock IC.
    According to me there is no enough space to put a kanaflex going on front...
    Another question about exhaust......what is the best solution in an rxpx trying to taking away the less things as possible??
    BYE guys

    I'm sure you can find a way with the Kanaflex.. Remove all the old OEM junk to make room.

    Not real sure about the Exhaust..I've never looked in the motor compartment of an X.. I just completed a GTX build and I just removed the resonator and added a 12" peice of SS muffler tube in it's place..Couldn't be happier! My customer wanted a sleeper, no exterior signs of mods!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    Hi guys...i need some photos of a stock rxpx where is put a 4" air intake( front) BUT without take in an another place the stock IC.
    According to me there is no enough space to put a kanaflex going on front...
    Another question about exhaust......what is the best solution in an rxpx trying to taking away the less things as possible??
    BYE guys


    Here is a 4" setup I installed in my fathers RXT-X...I know its not 100% the same, but the plumbing in the rear is, and I kept the exhaust the same...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=68048

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    Hi, tnx for the replies...but i need info from rxpx owners...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex13 View Post
    I'm sure you can find a way with the Kanaflex.. Remove all the old OEM junk to make room.

    Not real sure about the Exhaust..I've never looked in the motor compartment of an X.. I just completed a GTX build and I just removed the resonator and added a 12" peice of SS muffler tube in it's place..Couldn't be happier! My customer wanted a sleeper, no exterior signs of mods!!
    As long as the passer-bys are deaf...he's got it made.


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    i'm waiting until i move stuff out of the way when stuff i buy gets put on... then i'll put an intake in...

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