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Old 06-01-2013, 09:57 AM   #1
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I got a ROUSH cai and just notice in the tube/duct itself there is an airflow restriction piece kind of like a cone shape plastic piece. I took it out but when I tried to start the engine it stalls, I guess too much air ! Any ideas on what to do with it ? Leave it alone or take it off and how to make it work without it....
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You will need to leave the piece in until you get a tune specific for a large diameter intake. If you already have a tuner, you need a new tune that takes into account the increase in air that is coming into the engine.

If you go to American Muscle's intake page, they have a video that will show/explain the differences.
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Cool thanks...I'll check that out.
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