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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-02-2001, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
 
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L_Intake?

Is anyone making these anymore? I've seen a few people around adding them to their cars. I don't have the time nor the patients to attempt to build one myself...

I wanna buy one! LoL
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-02-2001, 09:30 AM
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As of now I think you have to build it on your own, no one is constructing them forsale. Me I have the time to make them but its just something I do not want to get into.
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Well, how long would it take, and how much would it be for the materials?
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post #4 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-03-2001, 12:10 PM
 
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No making fun... but here's my question... What does the "L" in L intake stand for? I said no making fun
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the intake is shaped like an L. hmm I looked into it, whatever the price was that Stephen was charging is about what it would cost you, it would be a tad less cause no shipping and handling. he really made like no money off those things.
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sit tight folks, asking for a band saw for Christmas, if I get it I'll start making a few intake tubes with that, if not I'll keep making them using the Miter saw (comes out good, but I think the band saw will make a much cleaner cut on the nitrile rubber)

Keep in mind that I only have specs to make L_Intakes for the 3.2 and 3.5 motors, still have not find out the correct angles for the 2.7 motors
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No making fun... but here's my question... What does the "L" in L intake stand for? I said no making fun
I do believe the "L" stands for Lister, as in Stephen Lister. Right?
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mabe that is what it stood for, I just took a guess.
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I thought it was something to do with "Low"- air flow resistance
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All of the above!
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L was for lister. He was a celebrity back in the day on here...he still is, but in retirement.
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What's the difference between an L-intake and the K&N Aircharger Off-Road kit?
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sit tight folks, asking for a band saw for Christmas, if I get it I'll start making a few intake tubes with that, if not I'll keep making them using the Miter saw (comes out good, but I think the band saw will make a much cleaner cut on the nitrile rubber)

Keep in mind that I only have specs to make L_Intakes for the 3.2 and 3.5 motors, still have not find out the correct angles for the 2.7 motors
Joked:

Keep my e-mail address handy when you get your saw from Santa to put my order in.
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You don't think that the L intake would fit on a 2.7L?

looks like it would..
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About the 2.7L;
When I got mine installed at Stephen's place(thanks again) he had no problem fitting the actual intake on. The only problem the he had we the vacum tube(I think thats what it was) he just had to turn the hose the other way and drill the hole for it on the bent piece of rubber instead of the on the rubber closest to the filter.
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