Originally Posted by 2000SilverBullet
The simpler way to do it is to disconnect it'* inlet pipe from the rear exhaust manifold, cover the opening in the manifold with a block-off plate and install a filter on the inlet pipe.
It'* worked well for me for a couple of years now with no problems but with the benefit of keeping a clean throttle body and intake tract.
.....and a cooler charge. :P
two quick questions for you.
Does your method set off the SES light?
What performance increase did you notice?