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easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE off??

My Stage 2 AFE won't mate up with the hypermax kit pipe (Compressor side) obviously to the air filter part with the hypermax stock part. Any easy fixes like maybe use a tymar will that work? or go to a exhaust shop to make something work??? I have had no time time to look at it, but know the way its set up now it wont work the way its currently set up. What have people been doing?

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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

I used a similar tube but the CCV was integrated into the tube, not re-routed.
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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

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I used a similar tube but the CCV was integrated into the tube, not re-routed.
u have a pic? this is the first thing i plan on doing when i get back in town. that tube for $180 is super nice but im into poor boy diesel performance at the moment.

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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

thats a pretty cool kit from ITP, but i'd just set up a 6637 to run on there. i know on my buddy's H2E kit we were able to get it to work pretty easily.

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u have a pic? this is the first thing i plan on doing when i get back in town. that tube for $180 is super nice but im into poor boy diesel performance at the moment.
It looks like the ITP pipe with a tube welded in for the CCV.
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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

thanks guys All sound like good idea thanks yall

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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

Iirc joe made one to go with his 4" down pipe

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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

I run the ITP pipe on my H2E/AFE set-up. Fit and finish is perfect.
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Re: easiest way to make an air filter mount for H2Evil guess i have to take my AFE of

Dennis' kit is top notch and well worth the dough if you can swing it.

If youre on a budget run down to San Antonio Brake and Clutch and get a 45 degree boot, or 37 or 90 or whatever. Then swing by and ill slice you some 4nch stainless and you can connect the dots. At least thats how ive always done it.

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