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Old 02-28-2008, 10:27 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone had a review on the tubing Intense has for sale. Thinking about purchasing some and a K&N Filter this weekend.
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best in the business.
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I just ordered some and got it yesterday. By far THE BEST tubing I have ever seen for intakes. Thick, durable, and seems to shield heat VERY well. Mine is going on when it gets a little warmer.

You will need the 3" tubing, and get 3 feet, as 2 feet isn't enough. It will be more than what you need, so you will have to determine how much you need to cut off of it.
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Hands down the ONLY flexible tubing for intakes. 3" diameter for you.
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Agreeing with all of the above
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Be careful when you are cutting it. It has a wire reinforcement in the wall that you'll have to cut.
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Just looked under the hood and noticed the Air Flow Sensor? thats attached to the stock box. Can it be safely attached to the tubing that I just ordered? I was gonna cut a small hole in the side and seal the sensor into the length of tubing.
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put the temp sensor in the filter
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Locked for double post. Please use your other intake topic.
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