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Old 03-02-2004, 08:32 PM   #11
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What is the dimensions of OD of MAF SENSOR intake is 3"-3.4"?
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Old 03-02-2004, 09:44 PM   #12
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a 3" coupler/reducer is what you'll want for the TB.
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I thought the TB was 4"?

Can anyone find this thing on their website? I am having no luck!
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I thought the TB was 4"?

Can anyone find this thing on their website? I am having no luck!
ID is 78 MM on my L27. a 3" pipe coupler has plenty of room when not tightened.
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i ummmmmmm picked up a Reactive CAI from work lol from 2001 Durango w/360cu in....polished alumin 3in tubin with heat shield and K&N cone filter .....$ FREE ...works real good .....doesn`t sound like a hoover like my protype i built ... cuz this one has a heat shield ....fits good ..angle is prefect...can feel the performance from CAI in the seat of me pants
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i ummmmmmm picked up a Reactive CAI from work lol from 2001 Durango w/360cu in....polished alumin 3in tubin with heat shield and K&N cone filter .....$ FREE ...works real good .....doesn`t sound like a hoover like my protype i built ... cuz this one has a heat shield ....fits good ..angle is prefect...can feel the performance from CAI in the seat of me pants
but with out it you could too!! GOT BOOST??
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