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Intake hoses? #436500 Apr 6, 2:57pm Apr 6, 2:57pm
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Intake hoses?
I installed my Short Ram Injen Intake awhile back and during the installtion process I noticed that after taking off the stock Intake that the after market Intake did NOT need all the hoses. So I just put the main hoses on the Injen Intake and tied the rest all together (2 or 3 hoses). They are just hanging there now-kinda getto thumbsdown. I just remembered when I changed my oil today and saw them to post a topic asking if anyone else had this problem? I havn't had any real problem with them and it's been on since christmas.


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Re: Intake hoses? [Re: WhiteStallionGT] #436501 Apr 6, 3:05pm Apr 6, 3:05pm
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All you need is the vacume hose. The rest are not needed. thumbsup

Re: Intake hoses? [Re: silverbeast] #436502 Apr 6, 3:06pm Apr 6, 3:06pm
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Oh yeah... be sure to blug up the hole in the engine were one of the hoses
was taken out from. thats it thumbsup

Re: Intake hoses? [Re: silverbeast] #436503 Apr 6, 3:28pm Apr 6, 3:28pm
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alright thanks thumbsup


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Re: Intake hoses? [Re: WhiteStallionGT] #436504 Apr 6, 3:31pm Apr 6, 3:31pm
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no prob grin

Re: Intake hoses? [Re: silverbeast] #436505 Apr 6, 7:45pm Apr 6, 7:45pm
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yup jsut liek he said. but make sure to plug the unused ones up. A thing i did is a large screw that wedges in ther but wont get sucked in. The use electrical tape to secure it. Then ziptie the hose somewhere out of the way thumbsup

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