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Old 14-Nov-2005, 12:12 AM
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Angry Intake bracket (didn't get)

Hey guys I got an intake for my 96 SI for a great price, installed it. Problem is i did not get a bracket, so every time I check it's hanging down and rubbing against the body frame. It vibrates and makes knokcing noises. i try to adjust it to stay up but the wight slowly pushes it back down.,

Anybody have a rememdy for me?
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Old 14-Nov-2005, 12:21 AM
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go to the homedepot and get some sheet metal. The stuff they use for duct work or anything rigid but you will have to bend it. cut a stright piece and then bend it so you can attach to the inner fender or body, and to the piping itself. Drill out the wholes bolt it down and use washers. There should be something it can bolt to, and use washers if you need to level it out.
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Old 14-Nov-2005, 12:36 AM
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is this cold air? or short ram?
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go yo performace shop and buy intake kit, it come with bracket, vacume pipe, clamps etc. cost like 10 bucks i think.
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Originally posted by chris_si98
is this cold air? or short ram?
It's a short ram intake.
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Old 14-Nov-2005, 10:42 PM
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Originally posted by slowandfurious
go to the homedepot and get some sheet metal. The stuff they use for duct work or anything rigid but you will have to bend it. cut a stright piece and then bend it so you can attach to the inner fender or body, and to the piping itself. Drill out the wholes bolt it down and use washers. There should be something it can bolt to, and use washers if you need to level it out.
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Thanx for the tip bro. Is this sheet metal easy to bend though?
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Of course its easy to bend.. hence why it is called "Sheet" Metal. But yeah Pacific Mall has some shops that sell that kit. that would just be easier
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Originally posted by Moe_Mentum
Of course its easy to bend.. hence why it is called "Sheet" Metal. But yeah Pacific Mall has some shops that sell that kit. that would just be easier
okay i'll slap myself for that one, im' gonna get some sheet metal, thanx
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