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Hey All,

Doing my stock intake swap to Cobra's and Ive run into a few questions....go figure. First, as Im swaping my stock lower intake sensors and putting them on the Cobra lower intake, they first go in easy, but after a turn or two it gets real tough. Should I just tourqe the hell out of them until they are in, or is there a problem?

Second, Ive noticed that my stock upper intake has two more hoses coming from it than the Cobra. The Cobra has the two outlets facing the firewall but not the two on the opposite side, like the stock upper. Any suggestions? Tx.
 

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As far as the sensors question maybe if you have a thread chaser(tap and die set) you could use it to make the sensors go in easier. I would not try to force them in. I'm not sure about the hose question.
 

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OK....thanks for the response. Anyone else on the hoses?
 

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Don't force the issue with the sensors, you'll break one off or strip the threads.

You still have the vacuum tree?

I'll send swpdcop over to help you...
 

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Swpdcop To The Rescue!!!!!
 

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Vacuum tree still there.
 

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The tree and lines in the back should be enough. For the front it should only be the vacuum canister, what else you got?
 

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thats what i said, use the tree, from the old intake....du...daaaa!!!
 

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Said I'd send him over... :hihi:
 
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