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4.0l homemade air intake?

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by nice92explorer, October 3, 2002.

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  1. nice92explorer

    nice92explorer Active Member

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    has anybody tried making a homemade air intake for their 4.0l. If you have could you tell me or take a pic or take pics and make a write up to share with me and everyone else.

    I would really appreciate it.
     
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  3. jimbo74

    jimbo74 Elite Exploder

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    have you tried doing a search for intake? check out ebay.com for some pretty cheap ones....
     
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    toad Elite Explorer

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    Heres mine just some aluminum pipe/plate welded and a APC cone. Theres a write up here somewhere.
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  6. FordSploderXLT

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    I made a homemade Ram Air for my X....using dryer vent tubing....it did make a small difference, and cost about $15. I upgraded this to PVC pipe.....again, a small difference, and cost about $25-$30. No pictures as of now....but I'll post some when I get em.
     






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