After Ln106 pictures of the air box relocation

Luxadoor
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After Ln106 pictures of the air box relocation

Unread post by Luxadoor » December 6th, 2017, 8:53 am

I am looking at moving my air box up bedside my engine for my second battery, I was just looking for some pictures of how people have achieved this and any information

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Re: After Ln106 pictures of the air box relocation

Unread post by dod28 » December 14th, 2017, 5:18 pm

You will need the air box out of a Surf, can't remember which model but looks like this.
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And you will also need this bracket
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Re: After Ln106 pictures of the air box relocation

Unread post by Luxadoor » December 14th, 2017, 6:40 pm

Thanks for the pics dod28 it helps to see how it is done.

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Re: After Ln106 pictures of the air box relocation

Unread post by love_metal47 » February 9th, 2018, 8:34 pm

In regards to the plumbing, If you are not putting it into a Turbo Diesel (With Xover pipe) go down to somewhere like Supercheap and grab some 90 degree bends. (You'll need 2).
Also get a bit of the alloy piping. Cut the pipe in half and join it all up. I was using that expandable intake piping and had issues with it cracking due to vibration.

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