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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-19-2012, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Question Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

my boyfriend has an 01 7.3 powerstoke, im trying to find exactly what I need besides the napa 6637 filter 4" diameter, which I already bought. I was told I need a 6" long straight pipe, and a 45* elbow and clamps all being 4" diameter. Is that all? Are those the right pipes?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-19-2012, 06:31 PM
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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

All you need is a 4" piece of 4" exhaust a clamp and a filter
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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

4" piece of 4" exhaust, one 4" hose clamp and a 6637 filter from napa.
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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

do not use a 4" stove pipe like this ...the joints let in dust
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...-U3QRBqSkyKUug


the pic at the end is good. the steps at the end may help him keep a filter on it.
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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

You are going to need a battery tray too. Unless he is going to chop up his old one.

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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

I did my own little mod for the tray since i bought a plastic one. Others on here may have some advice...on second though you may just want to let him deal with that part :-)

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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

The info you were originally given was do to a full hard pipe setup. Looks great and all but he would have to do the ccv mod as well. The 4" piece of 4" exhaust pipe with 4" clamp and filter is the safe route to go. Now if he has already done the CCV mod then either way would be good.

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Re: Girlfriend trying to buy parts for DIY cold air intake

I didn't do anything to the battery tray or the ccv mod.
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