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    SR20 CAI - what hoses do I need to keep?

    Hey All,

    Making a pod filter setup for my pulsar, when I took the intake off last it seemed a spaghetti of hoses, what do I actually need to keep?

    Thanks in advance!

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    how far up the intake did you take off? just the airbox or all the way to the plenum?
    pics?

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    All the way up plenum; airbox, intake piping, reso box.

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    iacv hose.without it you will stall.
    hose to fuel canister maybe.rta
    rocker cover hose for crankcase ventilation.rta
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    Planning to use a silicone reducer and some steel pipe, drilling and tapping 3 fittings in for the lines as a bit of a project on the holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mezje View Post
    Hey All,

    Making a pod filter setup for my pulsar, when I took the intake off last it seemed a spaghetti of hoses, what do I actually need to keep?

    Thanks in advance!
    Take a look at two pics of the Red Jett.

    Cold Air Intake at bottom left (passengers side) of front spoiler. Used end of a funnel to increase opening to 120 mm, for ram effect.

    80 mm flex pipe to feed into Cold Air Box, encapsulated in a heat protector, then 3-A Racing pod via a BOMZ metal air intake into the throttle body.

    Cheers…

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    Bonus, takes me back to 1985. . .

    Pics of my Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 engine, with its tuned extractors and two double barrel Webber carbies. One carby for each cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilSSStevenson View Post
    Take a look at two pics of the Red Jett.
    That little filter off the rocker cover, that is just for ventilation?

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    Is that little adapter off the AFM something easy to find? swear I have seen em at SCA before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mezje View Post
    That little filter off the rocker cover, that is just for ventilation?

    Is that little adapter off the AFM something easy to find? swear I have seen em at SCA before.

    The little filter is in fact a cheap fuel filter, that is a final clean after going through the oil catch can and back into the intake manifold - not seen in bottom left of pic, located behind the coolant reservoir.

    Why do you want to fiddle with the AFM?

    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilSSStevenson View Post
    The little filter is in fact a cheap fuel filter, that is a final clean after going through the oil catch can and back into the intake manifold - not seen in bottom left of pic, located behind the coolant reservoir.

    Why do you want to fiddle with the AFM?

    Cheers.
    I can see the cheap fuel filter at the back for the rocker cover in the middle, I meant the thing on the RHS. The fuel filter is nifty though!

    I'm not messing with the AFM, I mean like an adapter for a pod that bolts up to the AFM housing, are these easy to find?

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    The RHS K&N filter is probably not legit, but lets ERG gases out a little (vent to air). I clean that filter every 20,000.

    Note I have removed all the ERG stuff on the intake manifold.

    Here tizz: Your adapter.
    http://coastmodz.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=43

    Cheers

    My pod:
    http://coastmodz.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=4
    Last edited by PhilSSStevenson; 16-01-2017 at 12:26 PM. Reason: typos. . .
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    Bump, I measured the the stock intake pipe at about 8.5cm, which is about 3.3", what size silicon joiners did you use off the TB, did 3" fit or are you using 3.5"?

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