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Old 10-08-2012
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Icon5 Need INTAKE HELP!!!

I have a 1994 Ford ranger 2.3l I4 Splash. I bought a aftermarket cold air intake. I know they don't really work worth a **** but all i want it for is looks and if it makes a little horsepower or make my exhaust sound better great but its mainly for looks. I was wondering what do i do with the hoses from the top of my air filter box and the hose that comes off the exhaust to my intake? Let me know thanks!
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Old 10-22-2012
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You need to use those hoses with your new intake. Did you get a new intake pipe (hose, whatever) with the fittings for these hoses. If not it will not work
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