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woo10
Hey guy

im not a expert on intakes and i have installed a Injen IS2040 and i don't hear much of a sucking sound.
would it be something to do with no vacuum line? i have checked around and not sure where this line is located.

If there is no vacuum line, what should i do with the vacuum opening on the intake?

thanks in advance
HectortheRican
Go to your local auto parts store and get some rubber caps to plug the spigots up. I have an Injen as well and I had 2 un-used spigots and the MAP sensor hole. I got caps for the spigots and of course, put the map sensor in the hole.
woo10
does capping the spigot make a difference?
HectortheRican
QUOTE (woo10 @ Oct 21, 2010 - 1:36 AM) *
does capping the spigot make a difference?

It keeps raw air from coming into your motor.
presure2
QUOTE (HectortheRican @ Oct 21, 2010 - 3:15 AM) *
Go to your local auto parts store and get some rubber caps to plug the spigots up. I have an Injen as well and I had 2 un-used spigots and the MAP sensor hole. I got caps for the spigots and of course, put the map sensor in the hole.

thats not your map sensor. its the IAT (intake air temp) sensor. wink.gif
HectortheRican
QUOTE (presure2 @ Oct 22, 2010 - 6:40 AM) *
thats not your map sensor. its the IAT (intake air temp) sensor. wink.gif

Dammit, I was lied to. Then where's the MAP sensor?
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