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Old 11-14-2005, 07:02 PM   #11
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Yeah my 94 has two as well...
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they are helmholtz resonators...they are designed to reduce the whine
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They can be simply pulled and capped. I did that with three of them on a Honda Odyssey when I did a ram-air setup for a friend.
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What did you use to cap em Bill?
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What did you use to cap em Bill?
But a piece of neoprene or rubber gasket material, and use a hoseclamp.
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Simple, I like. :P
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Indeed, I'll be doing this as well. Might even look into some inexpensive air box mods.
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Indeed, I'll be doing this as well. Might even look into some inexpensive air box mods.
It'* quite easy to remove that cone section off the front, it just snaps in. I did it to my airbox pre-CAI, and noticed a small difference with my KN panel filter (really it was just more consistent, it helped minimise that "dead spot" just after 80km/h)
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