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Old 03-07-2009, 11:02 PM
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intake question

i have an 1985 ford f150 with an efi 302 i would post my info so everyone can see but i dont know how anyway, My question is where should i make my custom air intakes go, my intake looks like it has an 8 on top of it, i dont know where the best place would be to run them ill aslo have an electric fan with my clutch fan for added airflow
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Ok man, you don't need your clutch fan PLUS an electric one. You need one or the other.
Both are just a waste.
You intake needs to go somewhere where it will not pick up water or hot air for it to work efficiently.
Usually a fender well is a good place or right next to the radiator.
Post photos when you do it!

Oh and what info would you post but don't know how to? I'll help you with that too.
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See the top left hander corner of your screen where it says, "User CP?"
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Then scroll down and on the left you will see "Edit Signature."
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