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Old 05-27-2016, 04:11 PM   #11
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Thanks, I was able to find it, but you most likely would save money driving 100 miles away to buy a used one from a salvage yard.

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Thanks for digging. Now I'm wondering if it would be viable to swap the entire intake system with one from another 3.1. I'm not sure exactly how much it would cost, but I usually get good prices at my local salvage yard; I'm just not sure if it would be mechanically feasible.

My repair seems pretty stable (I used superglue to seal it initially, and self-bonding tape to ensure a longer-term and more secure seal), so this isn't something that'* the highest priority, but I'll still look into options suggested regardless.
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I have an idea that could work, a product called Rescue Tape, it is pretty amazing stuff, I always keep a roll on hand!
When applying it just pull it tightly, like you would do when applying stuff like electric tape, it will fuse to itself and should be a permanent fix for your need.
You can get it 1" wide for 10.00, or 2" wide for 39.00

"" Rescue Tape - Self-Fusing Silicone Tape
950 PSI Strength; Insulates 8,000 Volts; Resists 500F Degrees (260C)
Remains flexible to -85 F! (-60 C)
Creates a Permanent Air-Tight, Water-Tight Seal in seconds!""


Amazon.com: RESCUE TAPE Self-Fusing Silicone Tape (1", Black): Home Improvement
You posted this while I was typing the previous reply, but that sounds like the self bonding tape I used.

EDIT: I found the brand I used: It'* called 'Wrap-Fix' (Duck brand).

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