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Would this work as long as I make sure the Maf and other requisites go in? I want to do a ram air setup is all, have 2 separate tubes and have the Maf right there at the TB
 
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Basically have a tee so that twice as much air comes in, have the intakes rout down by the radiator for clean cold flow instead of up on the fender
 
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Was thinking of using the fog lamp holes for the two ram intakes
 
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In theory, maybe. But the better question would be, why?
 
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The rubber is rotting out so I need to replace it anyway might aswell make it better and it rains maybe once in a blue moon here
 
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It will melt. Standard PVC is only rated for 130* or less... under hood temps reach that from the sun alone... add engine heat and you are well over the rating.
 
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Originally Posted by K_Watson View Post
It will melt. Standard PVC is only rated for 130* or less... under hood temps reach that from the sun alone... add engine heat and you are well over the rating.

What would be a good sub 50$ alternative that is not OEM
 
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What would be a good sub 50$ alternative that is not OEM
Junkyard 2.3 Mustang (Fox) parts is all I can think of
 
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Originally Posted by K_Watson View Post
Junkyard 2.3 Mustang parts is all I can think of

They never made duratec mustangs?
 
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