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Old 08-07-2003, 07:17 PM   #1
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has anyone recieved there intake from hector. i nstalled mine and finding it a bit displeasing. it'* got performance but the cone filter is hitting the PCM box and the clamp is just baly tight nd it has been bolted all the way. does anyone else had a problem with this or just me
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i know that bonnie94sse got his from hector and i was considering getting one from there....hopefully if it going to be like that then maybe not...
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i know that bonnie94sse got his from hector and i was considering getting one from there....hopefully if it going to be like that then maybe not...
you don't have to worry about any pcm box or anything like that, that'* only on the 96+ ones
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You could put a piece of foam inbetween the box and the PCM and probably pick up a tighter clamp at the parts store cheap. like 3 bucks probably.

Also, Msteel....you need to put your name on the list if you want one. It'* in vendors. There won't be any more made if you don't sign up and theres enough demand.
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I got mine, and the only thing I didn't like was the blue silicone reducer, but that'* minor. It was a bit too big, but I reused my stock clamp that held the accordian tube to the TB, and it was fine. The clamp that came with it for the TB end was not nearly tight enough, so I had to use the stock one. But the performance makes up for the blue reducer. I may get a black one later.

Jeep2Bonny: Is your cone filter clamp barely tight or one of the other ones? Maybe for the filter hitting the PCM box, you might have to trim the reducer like Will had to, to get a different angle. But I'm not sure. I'd have to see it.
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J2B, can you take off the filter from the tube and grind down the tube a little? That would probably take care of the PCM box problem.
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I wouldn't grind it down. It'* powdercoated.
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Where'* the PCM box on his? If it'* on on the outside of the cone filter, he could trim the reducer at an angle so it would move the filter a bit toward the radiator.

Unless the PCM is in front of the filter, then I don't know...prob get a different cone?
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Placing a piece of foam between the PCM and the filter on theADTR intake is a good idea for the 1996+ cars. My filter rubbed a small hole in the side of it and had to be replaced.
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hey whats the difference between cold air intake and jus like an air intake?
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