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Old 02-02-2008, 04:35 PM   #11
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so between the $150 kit, and the $80 kit, the only difference is the extra coupler that has the IAT hole?
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That would be a question for INTENSE.
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The length of hose is different, no TB adapter, one less coupler and 1 less camp. The 04 kit was designed to attach to the inline MAF sensor of the 04 vechiles and not directly to the the throttlebody.
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That answers the question. He needs the full kit. Both couplers, both sleeves, and all the clamps.
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now that the sale is over
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PM Todd. He'll probably work with you on it, considering this topic took that time.
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The length of hose is different, no TB adapter, one less coupler and 1 less camp. The 04 kit was designed to attach to the inline MAF sensor of the 04 vechiles and not directly to the the throttlebody.
hmm, both kits say 30" of 3.5 in dia. tubing?

have you guys considered making a kit for 94-95 L67?
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have you guys considered making a kit for 94-95 L67?
Unfortunately this is something we are not looking into at this time.

After further thought we may be able to jsut offer the hosing in 3.0".

Would people be interested in this?
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have you guys considered making a kit for 94-95 L67?
Unfortunately this is something we are not looking into at this time.

After further thought we may be able to jsut offer the hosing in 3.0".

Would people be interested in this?
for the 94-95, we can use 3.5 in.

my question was more directed to offer a kit w/o the tb adapter, pcm velcro, and anything else not needed. to save costs on both ends of the deal.
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I got the 97 kit without the PCM tray when I got mine. Keep in mind, due to the test fit, Todd sent me extra tubing. I didn't need it.

You still need the TB coupler, both sleeves, and the clamps, so there'* no need for a seperate 94/95 L67 kit. The 97 kit will work fine.
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