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Old August 3rd, 2010, 03:26 PM
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Default '94 Ranger GOTTS style CAI Video

I could not find a CAI for a '94
this is as close as you get, expect it to be a CAI during November thru March

mainly just removing the silencer and increasing the size of the intake tube with a piece of 3" ABS plumbing pipe

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I truly appreciate the effort you put out just to find me something. I figured I was going to get creative, which I am. I am kinda happy that I get to make my own. Will be cheaper, My own brand, and will get hopefully the same result. I'm going to take a pic of whats under my hood and well I would like a suggestion on where I should run this bugger. I'm going to draw some thoughts and see what I find around the house. I've seen people make custom intakes with dryer tubing but that was for a carb motor. May work also. Would you suggest I go with all 3" all the way around? Suggestions would be helpful so I can make this thing good and work properly. Thanks again.
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stay away from the ribbed/coragated tube; causes to much turbulance, unless you have to make some offsets to get around something
I like the smooth tube
and yes stay with 3" or bigger

funny that you mention dryer tube as I used to run 2 to the top of my carb on an old chebby, back when...


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Joey, thanks for the post!

JarHizzy, what year and engine size is your Ford Ranger?




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ill avoid using that turbulence tube lol. My truck us a 1994 Ford Ranger XLT 4.0L (245 cui) 4x4 5 Speed. I took a pic of it and ill add it in a bit just to show ya what im working with.

Update:
Pretty sure you know the basic of what it looks like but heres a pic. The actual intake is a rectangle like tube that "trys" to recive air right next to the passenger headlight. It runs back to the air box with 1 45* angle and a 90* angle making a left into the box. the rest you can see from the picture.
<img src="http://www.fordtruckclub.net/forum/photopost/files/5/3/0/intake.jpg" alt="1994 Ford Ranger Xlt 4.0l "under The Hood"" />

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