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2003cbgts
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Aug 20, 12:16am - #254711 
another butterfly mod question...

got the weekend off so i figured id paint engine plastics and do the butterfly mod. question is, instead of plugging the hose that the butterfly came out of, what would happen if i left it unplugged? i just dont like the thought of pluggin it with a screw or somthing and have it sucked into my Air Filter. would it be ok if i left the hose unplugged?

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2004 Red Toyota Celica GT
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Aug 20, 12:30am - #254712 
You don't need to worry.. jsut pulg wiht screw.. sounds bad but it does the job! thumbsup

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Aug 20, 12:35am - #254713 
Agree, vacuum lines should never be left unplugged. It could suck up grains of sand. thumbsdown

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