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Old 07-28-2004, 06:14 PM   #1
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If it is unavailable, can someone tell me where I can get a good intake. I looked at that sticky on the rice pipe thing, but as one of the people said it wouldnt work with mine because i have dual tanks on the right side. Maybe autozone or something
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ADTR is unavailable. He only made 6.

The rice pipe may work for you if you cut it at an angle before attaching to your TB. Or go to Autozone, and ask them if you can 'test fit' some in the parking lot.
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ADTR is unavailable. He only made 6.

The rice pipe may work for you if you cut it at an angle before attaching to your TB. Or go to Autozone, and ask them if you can 'test fit' some in the parking lot.
Yep. And that sucks very much badly. I haven't been able to find anything that fits quite right. I was just about to purchase one when he "quit"....
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The autozone one will work, it'* ID of the bend is slightly differen then the ADTR, but it'* negligable. Once you get one, just play with cutting off part of it from the right places and you can get around the washer bottle just fine.
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The autozone one will work, it'* ID of the bend is slightly differen then the ADTR, but it'* negligable. Once you get one, just play with cutting off part of it from the right places and you can get around the washer bottle just fine.
Mine keeps falling off no matter how tight I clamp it because of the bend directly out the TB. It pisses me off.
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What time of clamp are you using?
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What time of clamp are you using?
Hose clamp.
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What time of clamp are you using?
Hose clamp.
how long is your clamp (pics)
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Well, your first problem is it'* PVC and i bet that doesn't work well in the clamp...

Second problem is that filter..
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