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Old 11-30-2003, 15:06   #1 (permalink)
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Intake rubber tubing

Does anyone happen to know how much one of those rubber intake hoses (the ones that run from beneath the airbox to the intake manifold.. EA-ED) costs? For my airbox mod, it looks like I either have to fork out for about 20meters of 65mm plastic piping, or something else crazy, in order to make a connection between the airbox, and a soon-to-be-made snorkel just below the front bumper, or perhaps use PVC piping. Neither of these options seems any good, and the 65mm tubing that connects the airbox to the t/b seems perfect (Maybe I'll need a couple of pieces though..)..

So, any ideas on cost, either new from ford or secondhand (secondhand would be perfect)?

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Re: Intake rubber tubing

You can't source one from a wrecker? They should be cheap as chips.
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Yep, I paid like 2 dollars last time I was playing with CAI. Wreckers love to get rid of that kinda stuff (i found mine not even in a car, it was in the garden lol)
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