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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-06-2009, 02:30 AM Thread Starter
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looking to to do a diy intake need opinions

I want to do some sort of diy intake I have an 18yr olds budget,Im dumpin my POS superchip and most likely goin to a tsd custom tuned 6 position chip and need an intake, any suggestions and pics would be helpful

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Re: looking to to do a diy intake need opinions

Do a search on diy intake.

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Re: looking to to do a diy intake need opinions

go to napa, get a tymar filter part #6637. Its a damn good filter!

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Get that filter and a 4" clamp, and a small piece of 4" pipe. You have an entire intake that will filter way better than the stock POS.

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Re: looking to to do a diy intake need opinions

does it matter if the pipe is pvc or metal and about how much is a napa filter

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does it matter if the pipe is pvc or metal and about how much is a napa filter
The Napa filter is about $50 last time I checked.. I went with a Donaldson filter which was $23
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I used a piece of 4" exhaust pipe, I don't know if it really matters, I just know that the 4" exhaust pipe fit well.

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Re: looking to to do a diy intake need opinions

I shoould be able to get a scrap piece of ss pipe from work,and where is the cheapest place to pick up a good filter for a good price,napa seems a bit pricey what about o'reilys or advance

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fleetrite.com or something like that was 28 ish at one time.
my napa store was stupid high when i did mine...
don't go with pvc it ends up as a 3" pipe for some reason mine didn't flow enough air with pvc.. but 4" od pipe is fine
have a look at guzzles site plent of pics and lots of other things to tinker with as well.

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Wix filters - oil filters, biodiesel filters, air filters, and fuel filters from FleetFilter! is where I order mine from. My next order I am going to get air filter, oil filter and fuel filter all in one shot. Save on shipping lmao.

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