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Old 02-08-2004, 18:19   #1 (permalink)
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CAI on 4.1L Falcon

I'm thinking of putting a CAI on my 4.1 Carby, now its gas, so is there any popular designs for one... BTW thru the bonnet is NOT and option. Pics would be great.
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Old 02-08-2004, 19:43   #2 (permalink)
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Re: CAI on 4.1L Falcon

It might help if i add that its an XF
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Old 02-15-2004, 20:49   #3 (permalink)
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Re: CAI on 4.1L Falcon

would really like to get some feed back on this...
please help me...
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Re: CAI on 4.1L Falcon

XF's had a CIA setup standard.

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Re: CAI on 4.1L Falcon

About the best mod, is remove the metal snorkle on the ait cleaner, and cut a hole on the other side so it doesn't run over the exhaust side of things, block off the original hole, then pipe it to behind the headlight as it was on the other side.

If you really want cut the metal besdide the headlight to get more in, but make sure insurance don't mind first :0)

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Re: CAI on 4.1L Falcon

Here's what I have just done. Mine was EFI on gas so that helped a bit with the different manifold. I recently took out all the EFI stuff and put in a mech/vac dizzy from an earlier XF. Total cost of materials for this = around $50 including cone filter

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