How To Install Blitz SUS Core Type Short Ram Intake
* Socket wrench 10mm or 12mm (I don't remember at the moment.)
* Electrical tape.
* Small stainless steel filter from AutoZone.
* Metal hose clamps (made everything uniform).NOTE:
Pictures are after the instruction that they go with. Also all pictures are taken after the Intake
was installed on my car, therefore you will not have step by step pictures.
1. Disconnect the stock air box (hoses and all) there is a sensor that is only attached by a screw with two hoses (one has a green knob looking thing on it) attached that runs up and back to the rear or the car. Remove the whole bracket from the box, and remove only the box.
2. There is a hose that runs from the Intake
manifold to the underside of the air box and then into a sensor. Disconnect the sensor and all hoses connected to it. Pull the hose mentioned earlier off of the Intake
3. Where the hose was pulled off the Intake
manifold there will be a nipple, this needs to be clogged! Use the silicone plug that was provided with the kit.
4. Now connect the Intake
to the Intake
manifold. I am not going to go into detail about this because it should be common since. What I will tell you is that the rubber hose you are given is shorter on one side of the bend and longer on the other. The short side is the side that connects to the Intake
5. Once you have everything bolted on you should have a few things hanging loose around the Intake
. One of these should be two hoses that run into a sensor that have a metal bracket attached. Take the bracket and bend it to a 90 degree angle and slide it underneath the metal band on the Intake
6. Something else you will have hanging loose is the hose coming from the charcoal canister (about one inch in diameter). What I did as you can see is put a small stainless steel filter on it and mounted it on top of the Intake
with a zip tie (or anywhere else you would like it).
7. The last thing that should be still hanging loose is the harness of the sensor that you disconnected from the bottom of the air box. All you have to do is secure it somewhere and use electrical tape and tape the end up. I taped it to the MAF sensor wiring.
8. Start up your car and listen for any vacuum leaks. If you hear one check the nipple that was plugged earlier.
9. Everything should work fine, if the check engine light comes on get it checked out if it has to do with the Intake
you should be able to fix it easily. Problems I had included vacuum a leak, the charcoal canister hose (which I fixed by putting the small filter on it). Any other problems send me a message I might be able to help.