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Old 10-04-2015, 02:56 PM   #1
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Stock CAI to 75mm TB

I want to keep my stock air intake for now but I have a 75 millimeter throttle body and can't get the tube over it is there some type of sleeve that steps up. I think most aftermarket CAI have one but I can't seem to find one by itself

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If you go to autozone and go into the intake section you can buy a coupler that should make it fit.

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This is an example.

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but the stock tube is rubber.

you may need an aftermarket metal tube, and then use that adapter to attach it to the stock mafs.
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Yup, this might work, I'll check thanks

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Just leave your stock TB on then, especially if your plenum is still stock. I'd say upgrade the plenum, TB and go to a JLT air intake at that point in time. Its the only CAI I would recommend TBTH.
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Just leave your stock TB on then, especially if your plenum is still stock. I'd say upgrade the plenum, TB and go to a JLT air intake at that point in time. Its the only CAI I would recommend TBTH.
This is the new plan for now, I have a C&L plenum, but I'm going to wait till I can afford a tuner to get the CAI. Just cleaned my stock TB and plenum, man they were caked up. Are JLT's CARB compliant for California?

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No idea if they are, check the JLT website.
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Get a heat gun and heat the tube up a bit and some wd46 it will slip right on it. I have 75mm throttle with stock intake.


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Get a heat gun and heat the tube up a bit and some wd46 it will slip right on it. I have 75mm throttle with stock intake.


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