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who makes 3800sc s2 cold air intakes? by FieroCanada
Started on: 02-17-2014 11:38 PM
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Report this Post02-17-2014 11:38 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroCanadaClick Here to Email FieroCanadaSend a Private Message to FieroCanadaEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Need an intake, and taking a look at quality intake options,
so far i know WCF makes them
http://www.westcoastfiero.c...ntake_installed.html

anyone else?

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Report this Post02-18-2014 01:57 AM Click Here to See the Profile for mitchjl22Click Here to Email mitchjl22Send a Private Message to mitchjl22Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I just made mine using an intake tube from a 4.3 chevy.
GM p/n: 25176891

 
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I buy one or two of these depending on how I want the air filter to sit inside the fender (you can get away with just buying one): GM p/n: 25176891 - GM Truck induction tube/duct w/ bellows and clamps:



Cut in half (roughly) and reassmble by putting the now cut-off elbow onto the rest of the section that has the bellows on it. The bellows connect to the throttle body. Here are some pictures:



You can get away with using only 1 induction tube (cut in half and reassembled) if you run a smaller open-element K&N air filter (p/n: RU-3130) as seen below:



If you run a larger filter, you may need to buy a second induction tube and cut the elbow off of it so you can orient the filter as shown below:



These induction tubes were used on certain 99-newer GM fullsize pickup trucks that had the 4.3L V6; they measure 3.5" diameter so they are good enough for most performance applications. You might get lucky and find some in a junkyard and save some money since the price on new ones from GM have really gone up the past few years.

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Does anyone know if the truck intake would work on a northstar TB?
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You can also use 3 inch ABS and go above the fuel filler tubes but that requires some cutting. Dan





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