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Old 01-10-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default 2000 2.5RS Stock Intake & IM Questions..

just dropped a 2000 engine into my 1999, ecu as well so im keeping the MAP setup.

i dont have the stock airbox YET, so i have no idea if its missing anything? ive read that the MAP sensor is actually on the intake manifold. so for the airbox, is it just plastic and a filter? also read and heard its possible theres a temp sensor on it?

also, there is a copper tube on the passenger side of the intake manifold that looks like its missing a hose, what is it? and where does it come from/go to? i believe the fuel pressure regulator has a hose coming off of the IM right below it.

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Old 01-10-2008, 04:56 PM   #3
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coming off of the intake manifold, JUST below the upper yellow crank case breather hose.

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Old 01-10-2008, 05:04 PM   #4
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On the 2000 it's just a big airbox right off of the TB that houses the filter. Then there's some wandering plumbing that really is just for keeping it quiet. Do a search for the infamous "Ganzflow" set up. It's a cheap and easy way to do an intake on your car. Or, just get any intake with a cone filter on the end. The MAP is hidden in your picture but it's next to the coilpack. It's only the later cars that got that temp sensor you are talking about. Any old Ebay intake will do. You could even use the stock '99 intake stuff and leave the MAF in place but it won't be plugged into anything. Really the important thing is to get an air filter on there before you drive it...
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Actually, now that I think about it, some of the '99's were double filter intakes. They got the box with a filter AND the filter next to the ABS. If you've got a box with a filter in it from your '99 you are golden. Just use that with all of the plumbing up to the but not including the MAF...
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Old 01-10-2008, 08:56 PM   #6
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yea, my original 99 rs airbox was the double filtered. i threw it onto my car and it seems to work fine. im going to try to get the original intake from the guy i got the engine from as well.

that makes sense that it would be the cruise control, he must have had it on his car and removed it when he changed engines. i guess i'll plug the hole as i checked the same spot on my 99 engine and it had a plug in it too.

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