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How to remove the intake and change the gaskets on a Chevrolet Vortec 5.7L 350.
How to remove the upper and lower intake manifolds on a GM 5.7L or 4.3L
engine. This truck's lower intake gaskets had sprung a leak and I needed to
change it. When changing the intake gaskets, it's not necessary to remove
the upper intake, but I showcased how to do it anyway for people that need
to change the spider injectors or the upper seal.
1985 Trans Am Update #20 (Spectre Intake + More!)
First off i waant to say i do not own the music in the video, i only used
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Anyways i know the video wasent that detailed so ill just go over what i
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Power steering pump dipstick
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Full Decal install
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K&N 69 Series Cold Air Intake Installation on Honda Civic
Install 69 Series Typhoon Cold Air Intake Kit by K&N
(http://www.carid.com/knn/) on Honda Civic 1.8L 2012-2014
Improve airflow and increase horsepower on your vehicle.
This intake kit replaces the factory air intake system with a custom
designed air intake tube and a free flowing K&N air filter. The air filter
is positioned to draw cool air into the engine. The end result is better
acceleration you can feel. Estimated horsepower Gain: 3.17 HP @
Wide choice of air intakes at CARiD.com
How to Customize a Universal Cold Air Intake Filter System - Pep Boys
Spectre Performance demonstrates in this video how to customize a universal
cold air intake kit using parts you can find at your local neighborhood Pep
Boys. Using universal parts you can simply assemble them in any fashion to
create the look you want to make.
First we take off the existing air cleaner and install a single 4 inch
plenum. Lay the plenum where your air filter was and put it in any
direction you like. Screw on the plenum with the existing air filter nut or
a custom nut of your choice. You will need couplers that will connect the
different intake tubes together that can be turned to mold within your
engine compartment. Simply slide on the coupler to the plenum and fit
accordingly. Secure the clamp on the coupler to the ridge inside and then
you can add additional tubing for the length you desire. Remember not to
tighten the clamps too hard, because you may need to move your tubing
around until you create a final fit. Rotate and adjust as needed. Attach
your air filter to the end of the tubing. You can find inserts that go
into the filter to accommodate a 3 or 3.5 inch tube. Once you have the
final placement in place, be sure then to go back and tighten all of the
clamps to hold the filter system securely in place.
The advantages to having a custom air intake filter system located in the
front of your engine is that you can take advantage of the air stream and
receive colder air going into the intake system instead of the hot air that
your standard filter was providing. Customizing your cold air intake
system is pretty simple once you know a few simple tricks. Not only will
your new custom air intake system look great, but it will increase your
engine's overall performance.
You can see more of these great DIY'er videos from www.pepboys.com or stop
in your local Pep Boys for more information.
Injen True Cold Air Intake Install - 2014 Civic Si
For more information and/or to purchase this Injen True Cold Air Intake,
follow this link:
We install the new version of the Injen Cold Air Intake for the 2012+ Civic
Si and 2013+ Acura ILX. This "True Cold Air" version gives better overall
performance than the original Injen Cold Air Intake. Sit back and relax
while we do all the hard work!
Benefits of the Injen True Cold Air Intake over the first generation cold
* Reaches further down to bring colder air in to your engine.
* Relocates battery with included hardware to minimize the intake bends.
This results in the highest flow possible.
* Colder air and less intake restriction means more power!
* Includes all installation hardware needed.
2012+ Honda Civic Si models (coupe and sedan).
2013+ Acura ILX 6 speed manual models. See our sister site,
http://www.proimporttuners.com, to purchase this intake for your Acura ILX.
Polished (featured in this video)
Summary of Important Steps of the Injen True Cold Air Intake Install:
1. Uninstall upper portion of factory intake system
2. Remove factory "CCV" tube and use Injen hardware to join factory coolant
3. Remove battery and tray
4. Remove misc tubes and items
5. Remove final (lower) pieces of factory intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=730). The front bumper needs
to be removed first (see our separate video for how to do this).
6. Install Injen battery tray / bracket and factory battery
7. Put on throttle body coupler for the Injen True Cold Air Intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1342). Also install the MAF
sensor on the upper intake tube.
8. Install Injen Vibra-Mount
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1400). Please note the 2014
Civic Si requires a small amount of drilling, unlike previous years.
9. Install lower silicone portion of Injen True Cold Air Intake system
10. Install upper pipe of Injen intake
11. Put on lower most curved aluminum pipe section for the Injen intake
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1660). Also install the Injen
filter and tighten down all other clamps on intake, making sure there is
enough clearance everywhere.
12. Finish connecting misc. items, such as battery and MAF sensor
13. Go out and take a drive and experience the POWER of the Injen True Cold
Air Intake! :)
IMPORTANT SAFETY DISCLAIMER: When working on your car, always follow proper
safety procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, letting your car
cool down, using the correct tools and protection, jacking/lifting your car
correctly, and in general being careful about what you are doing. If you do
not feel confident doing something, do not attempt it! Instead, have
someone else with more experience try or hire a professional. PRO Civic
cannot be held responsible for any incidental or direct damages, injuries,
or additional costs caused by installing any of the parts featured in our