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intake question #58702 Nov 7, 5:35pm Nov 7, 5:35pm

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intake question
does anyone have a pic of all the parts of a Short Ram Intake...i think i might be miss'in a couple of parts.

Re: intake question #58703 Nov 7, 5:52pm Nov 7, 5:52pm
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Do you have the instruction sheet at all? That listed the parts...the Injen Short Ram had
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Intake Tube
Intake Sleeve (to connect it to the throttle body)
2 Metal rings to connect Intake to TB
1 Vibra Mount
1 Twisted Piece of Metal to Connect to Vibra Mount
4 Hoses - 2 Long, 2 Shorter
A few washers and a nut/bolt combo thingy

That sounds like pretty much it...sorry for the rough descrition. Hope it helps

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