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Installing U/L Intake...Any trouble

Tomorro evening i plan to start to tear down and install a BBK SSI intake... i got it in a trade so no bashing on spending that kind of money on this.

so what i was wondering is... i need to have this done rather quickly, i plan to start thursday and finish up friday. ive already got most of my gaskets and what not, and everything else i just transfer over. anything i should watch out for? i would like for it to go as smoothly as possible. it was previously on a blown fox so i assume that the fuel line issue that is commonly a problem was taken care of.

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i think im gonna hide the wires while im at it


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just make sure you have vacum lines going to the right places like fuel pressure regulator, egr, that tree thing, and make sure not to get ur wires put on in the wrong order! and mark where your dizzy was so you put it in right

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don't forget to install the egr upside down.. because if you don't then when the upper intake is bolted down you won't be able to plug the egr connector in.
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