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Old 02-14-2002, 11:28 AM   #1
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Location: Olney, MD. Work in McLean, VA
2000 Celica GT-S
Spectra Blue

Default Cobb Intake installation in 97 GT update

I know a couple of you were interested in this so I decided to start another post.

Finally took delivery of my Cobb Tuning Intake last night. Looks like it has less than 500 miles on it so I can't complain. Put all of the pieces together, using an old MAF adapter plate from a previous intake. The addition of the MAF sensor and plate added another 5-6 inches onto the length of the intake, so the additional curved intake piece before the filter will most likely not be used. Also, I'm gonna cut the intake tube a little shorter to accomodate any additional length gained by the addition of the MAF sensor.

Haven't actually installed the intake yet, but I'll prolly get to it sometime this weekend, when I can use one of my friend's band saws.

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